TESOL Advocacy Day 2011

May 2nd, 2011 by sstesol Leave a reply »

Help TESOL advocate for education policies that matter to you, your students, and the field! Join your colleagues from across the United States in Washington, DC on June 6-7 for TESOL Advocacy Day 2011. This year’s all-new expanded program includes integrated advocacy training activities that you’ll use when you visit Capitol Hill and back at home.

This year, TESOL advocates will discuss the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). By attending Advocacy Day, you will:

  • Learn about the inner workings of Congress.
  • Receive hands-on training on the fundamentals of advocacy that you can take back to your affiliate and community.
  • Share information with your members of Congress about the impact of ESEA on your school and community.
  • Gain knowledge about the current political climate and trends as they relate to TESOL’s priorities.

For the first time, registration is open to all TESOL members! Your registration fee of $150.00 covers Training, Briefing Materials, and most meals during the event.

Registration is limited, so don’t delay! Hotel reservations are due by May 6.

For registration and hotel information, please go to http://www.tesol.org/AdvocacyDay2011.

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