Jan 24, 2016

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Dear Friends, What if your entire faculty could travel to a Professional Development Conference? What if everyone on your staff had a day removed from their hectic jobs to focus on professional growth? Let's face it, that's not going to happen. Even if your entire faculty wanted to go to a conference, there's no way your school or division could afford it. BUT WHAT IF THE CONFERENCE CAME TO YOU?...

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