2018 MELEd Conference is Almost Upon Us: Register Now!Erin Cary, Member Relations Director
The 5th Annual Minnesota English Learner Education (MELEd) Conference will be held November 15-17, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Minneapolis, MN (parking included!).
The Minnesota English Learner Education Conference is a partnership between MinneTESOL and the Minnesota Department of Education. It is a merger of the annual MinneTESOL Fall Conference and the Minnesota ESL, Bilingual, and Migrant Education Conference. The conference will be held at a NEW LOCATION at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Minneapolis, MN—on-site parking will be included.
We’re thrilled to welcome keynotes Bonny Norton (Friday) and Ester de Jong (Saturday), along with many fantastic vendors, cultural organizations and invited speakers. And best of all, EL educators of all stripes will be presenting on topics of interest to our field!
Registration is open! Check our website to register for MELEd 2018.
Don’t miss out!
Who won our service and advocacy awards this year? Will your favorite presenters be there? Can you buy a killer new MinneTESOL or EL-education-themed T-shirt (hint: yes)? JOIN US TO FIND OUT! We look forward to supporting presenters, conference-goers and everyone involved in MELEd 2018!
Please direct any questions to Member Relations Director Erin Cary (firstname.lastname@example.org) OR to the conference co-chairs, Darren LaScotte (email@example.com) and Leah Kronick (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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