MARCH 1 & 2, 2024
OAKLAND MARRIOT CITY CENTER
Designed Specifically for Educators & Literacy Changemakers
Learn from Leaders in Literacy Education
Discover evidence-based practices and approaches for improving student reading, cultivating community literacy champions, and incorporating justice because literacy is a social right.
Network with 300+ Literacy Professionals
Join 300+ school & community-based educators, practitioners, funders, leaders, and literacy champions for a comprehensive learning experience that elevates literacy in the classroom and beyond.
Hands-on & Practical
Tools You Can Use
Go beyond the conference room with local site visits, fireside chats, networking and community-building activities that will provide you with tools to implement meaningful change.
KEYNOTE & FEAUTURED GUEST SPEAKERS
GET INSPIRED BY THE BRIGHTEST MINDS ADDRESSING THE LITERACY CRISIS
SENIOR EDUCATION CORRESPONDENT
AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA
PLUS CONCURRENT SESSION WORKSHOPS INCLUDING:
Supporting Bilingual Oral Language Development in PreK and TK
Mirrors, Windows and Sliding Glass Doors: Supporting Diversity and Inclusion with Storybooks
What is the Science of Reading and How Does it Support Diverse Learners?
Reading Is a Civil Right: A Panel from Nystrom Elementary School
Accelerating Foundational Skills for Older Readers
and many more...
EDUCATORS ARE THE HEART OF OUR COMMUNITY
Literacy & Justice for All 2024 strives to be an accessible and affordable resource for literacy and learning. We offer grants and scholarships for educators and school teams who need funding support.
Educators may also earn graduate-level professional development credit for salary advancement and/or recertification through our partnership with the University of the Pacific - Benerd College.
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