National Alliance of Black School Educators Conference: Join Us

The National Alliance of Black School Educators annual conference attracts almost 6,000 attendees and includes an exhibition with more than 300 vendors of educational products and services. This year, the 40th Annual Conference will be held in Nashville, TN and CTB/McGraw-Hill is proud to be presenting in one of their many impressive workshops. In partnership with Houston Alliance of Black School Educators, and the North Forest Independent School District, our session will highlight the emphasis on Academic English (AE) options for all students using LAS Links Form C and D.

Join us to learn how LAS Links can help your educators recognize the role of AE in the mastery of academic content across all curriculum areas, and ultimately strengthen your ELD program. The workshop, “Assessing the Language Needs of Title 1 Students,” is Friday, November 16, 2012 from 9:30- 11:00AM.

Presenters are:

  • Dr. Elaine Bailey – NABSE Board member and Past President of Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE)
  • Gwenette Ferguson – Deputy Supt., North Forest ISD
  • Chris Pichon – President of Houston Area Alliance of Black School Educators (HAABSE)
  • Eddie Orum – Strategic Accounts Manager, CTB McGraw-Hill and Life Member of NASBE

For additional information about our partnership with Houston ISD, product information about LAS Links, or our Superintendent’s Breakfast at NABSE showcasing these tools, please contact:

Eddie Orum
713.520.6786
Eddie_Orum@ctb.com
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