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Summer Conference 2014

sumercon2014Los Angeles Education Partnership’s Summer Conference is a compilation of evidence-based strategies, workshops and seminars that will help educators transition to the Common Core State Standards.

The Summer Conference will be held June 9 through June 13 at East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy (ELARA) at Esteban E. Torres High School- 4211 Dozier St, Los Angeles, CA 90063. Workshops will begin at 8:30AM and end at 3:30PM. Teachers will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of professional development workshops that follow the Humanitas interdisciplinary instructional model, which emphasizes teacher collaboration, inquiry-driven instruction, and written and/or project-based assessment.

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