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4 Reasons You Should Attend #NACSAcon

Smart, proactive public charter school authorizing can transform public education. We’ve seen it happen in cities across the country. 

How did they do it? What lessons can you take from their struggles and successes to apply to your own community?  

Year after year, the NACSA Leadership Conference brings charter school authorizers and educators together from across the country to tackle both long-standing and new challenges head on. This year, pandemic recovery efforts and conversations about how to promote social justice and equity will be woven throughout all of our programming. Here are 4 reasons you should attend: 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

This is the only conference that provides you with the professional development, skill building, and knowledge needed in charter school authorizing. We’ll work together to ensure schools are more equitable and community-centered. 

SPEAKER EXPERTISE 

We bring the top experts to share their experience and guidance on top education issues and answer your questions. Stay tuned to see who will speak at this year’s conference!  

NETWORKING 

#NACSAcon is a time for learning, sharing, and growing — it is also an opportunity to expand and strengthen your network of experienced education professionals and charter school authorizers through virtual networking forums.  

VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE 

The added benefit of this year’s virtual experience means attendees will be able to access the sessions and resources long after conference has ended. It’s not a one-and-done opportunity. 

We look forward to seeing you in October as we all come together to build our skills, improve our schools, and support our students. 


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