No one better understands the social challenges today’s students face than educators. Last year, passionate character educators from around the world gathered to discuss pressing issues within education. CEP formally invites you to our 20th annual 2013 National Forum on Character Education, the ideal place to gain concrete ideas to improve your school.
The 2013 National Forum will bring together like-minded individuals to discuss this year’s four themes: School Safety, Civic Engagement, Internal Connections, and Professional Training. Teachers, counselors, psychologists, and other school leaders will come together to network and learn about solutions, strategies, and frameworks for the pressing issues in schools today.
Become an exhibitor or sponsor today! Exhibitors will enable to develop relationships with educators through booths featured prominently just outside the main ballroom at the center of the action. The contacts exhibitors will meet have significant buying power and the many face-to-face interactions with educators will stick with them when they are ordering supplies or determining their next steps.
This year’s conference is in Washington DC at the Renaissance Hotel, October 24-27. Top scholars, researchers, and practitioners—including four accomplished keynote speakers—will present on character education, and attendees will be able to network with experienced peers.
Register for The National Forum on Character Education to be a part of this movement, and to be inspired to take action and make changes for the 2013-2014 school year.