Charting the Course for Student Success Starts Here!

Which way do we go? As a parent, a teacher, an administrator, an agency provider – would you jump at the chance to grab a valuable tool to chart a successful course for your child … your student … your young client? 

Mark your calendar for June 21! Gearing up for its 23rd year, the Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 Education Conference focuses on developing a “map” to chart the course for student success. Join us at Lampeter-Strasburg High School (Lampeter, PA) to pursue innovative learning practices to support your students as they navigate the course for student success.  So who should attend?

  • Educators – including Teachers, Paraeducators, Specialists, and Supervisors
  • Agency Personnel
  • Parents
  • University Students
  • Substitutes

IU13 welcomes everyone who takes part in any aspect of the complex process of educating students to participate in this conference.

4 Reasons to Register Now:

  1. Did you ever ask, “Just how am I supposed to motivate these kids?” Keynote speaker Dr. Debbie Silver will address this critical question in her presentation “Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8: Teaching Kids to Succeed.” Don’t miss it!
  2. Learn from the experts! 20+ leaders in their field are lined up to address a wide range of key topics related to student success.
  3. Choose the sessions right for YOU! With 25 sessions ranging from STEM to Drug/Alcohol Trends to Mand Training to Tiered Approaches in Nonpublic Schools to Reading Fluency … and MORE … you’ll find high-quality training to meet your needs. Check out the whole list in the registration booklet.
  4. Time is running out … Registration closes on June 10, so sign up today. (Don’t wait and risk missing out on the sessions you want!)