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Conference

Pathway to Partnerships - 2024 Conference

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When
April 27, 2024

Where
Sleep Inn
2400 10th St SW, Minot, ND

Audience
Parents | Youth | Professionals

Pathway to Partnerships - 2024 Conference

REGISTER NOW

When
April 27, 2024

Where
Sleep Inn
2400 10th St SW, Minot, ND

Audience
Parents | Youth | Professionals

The Pathway to Partnerships Conference is a one-day conference for parents and professionals focusing on building partnerships between school and home, while also highlighting available special education and parent services across the state of ND.

The keynote speaker for this year's conference will be Jordan Toma. Jordan Toma the #1 Youth Motivational Speaker and Youth Advocate in the United States. Jordan has a powerful and inspiring message for young students with learning disabilities. His story highlights the struggles he endured from elementary school through high school, sending his message to students of all ages, parents, teachers, and anyone who has ever struggled in school or in life. Learn more about Jordan

Parents and Youth attend for free and Parents can qualify for a stipend up to $100 to cover costs of child care, travel, and/or hotel. Stipends are limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.

Sunday, April 21, will be the last day to register, so register now!

PSND is looking for breakout session presenters for the Conference! Are you a school or special education teacher who has a great program that supports family engagement and partnerships that you would like to share with others? Are you an agency in North Dakota helping families through special education services or provide services to families related to special needs and would like to bring information to others? If so, we would invite you to join us in presenting to families and peers at the Conference. Submit your proposal here.

The Conference has been approved for 6 Growing Futures hours and .6 NDSU CEU hours.