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LITERACY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL REPRESENTS A COLLECTIVE VISION FOR LITERACY AS A DRIVER OF SOCIAL CHANGE AND TRANSFORMATION
The 3rd Annual Literacy and Justice for All Symposium will begin the afternoon of Friday, March 1 Afternoon and continue on Saturday, March 2nd from 8:00 - 5:00pm.
The Symposium is a dynamic space and high impact opportunity to learn, strategize, elevate, and collaborate about literacy over two days in March. We are inviting educators, non-profit providers, and community leaders to attend as we consider our central question: How do we build a future where every young person is on a path to learn and love to read, and thrive in school and beyond?
Location: Oakland Marriott City Center, 1001 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607
General Admission will open September 26, 2023 at $150 per registration.
The Registration fee for Literacy & Justice for All Symposium includes registration materials, continental breakfast, lunch on Saturday and a reception plus fireside chat on Friday. You will also have access to all sessions and exhibitors.
Friday, March 1st: Welcome Reception & Fireside Chat.
Friday’s afternoon program will allow time for local site visits, fireside chats, networking and community-building.
Saturday March 2nd, 8AM - 5PM:
Saturday’s daytime program will be a chance to learn from some of the brightest minds addressing the literacy crisis and bring back tools to implement meaningful change. Saturday programming includes a morning Keynote, featuring reporter and host of the Podcast Sold a Story: Emily Hanford. The day will include dynamic breakout and plenary sessions where participants will learn about the latest research in reading and writing and recent trends in literacy programming.
More Important Information
FOR OLC MEMBERS:
OLC members will receive special discount pricing available when general registration opens. OLC members will receive 50% off 2 registration tickets.
We will be offering a limited number of scholarships to attend our in-person symposium, held in Oakland, CA Friday March 1 and Saturday March 2nd.
Scholarship applications are currently open. Click here to apply.