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Join MidSchoolMath with Geoffrey Canada, Toya J. Frank and Dan Meyer!
Stop the Drop: Enough is Enough launches with one of MidSchoolMath's unique live simulations, specifically designed to address the Mid School Math Cliff, where the US has the largest decline in math scores between 5th and 10th grade worldwide. Keynote Geoffrey Canada, top-rated TED-ED talk presenter and president of the Harlem Children's Zone, will leave you inspired and ready to do the work needed to fix the deep problems that impact math programs nationwide. Toya J. Frank brings an insightful and encouraging voice to a critical issue in her interactive presentation, Cultural Change Starts with You. Dan Meyer shares his insights in Overcoming the Most Failed Course Ever: What's Needed in Middle School to Pass Algebra I in the optional Pre-Conference Workshop on March 5. Add 70+ concurrent sessions to this line up and you have the most powerful tools to support your students, collected and shared in unique and uplifting Santa Fe, NM!
Per Person Registration Rates:
Group Registration (October 1, 2019 through December 20, 2019, for teams of 4 or more): $445
Enter the coupon code GROUP when you submit your registrations to receive this discount
Standard Registration (October 1, 2019 through February 7, 2020): $495
Late Registration (February 8, 2020 through March 5, 2020): $550
Pre-Conference Workshop on Thursday, March 5: Add the Optional Pre-Conference Workshop on Thursday to any registration for an additional $150 per person. This year's workshop will be presented by Dan Meyer: Overcoming the Most Failed Course Ever: What's Needed in Middle School to Pass Algebra I.
All times are Mountain Time (unless otherwise specified)