The Tennessee Charter School Center is excited to present our second annual Tennessee Charter Schools Conference!
Meet us in Music City and join fellow professionals in education to lead, learn and innovate ways to better serve students and families across the state. More details about the conference are below:
This professional development opportunity is open to teachers, support staff, instructional coaches, executive directors, board members, and community leaders. Pricing to attend is as follows:
- Early Bird: $225/person until October 1
- General Admission: $275 /person
- Teacher Institute Only: $150 /person * Must show valid teacher ID to receive discounted price.*
Registration price includes full pass into all conference sessions, meals, and activities including Welcome Reception and Friday's evening's Gala event.
Join us at our host hotel, conveniently located near top restaurants, attractions and downtown Nashville.
315 4th Ave N.
Nashville, TN 37219
Room rates are being offered at special conference rates ranging from $199/night + taxes & fees depending on preferred room selection.
The Tennessee Charter School Center is leading the movement for effective policy, excellent schools, quality operators & informed communities. The Center provides programs, services, and resources that support the cultivation, growth, and quality of charter schools in Tennessee.
If you're interested in taking part in the movement by sponsoring the conference or setting up as an exhibitor, please contact our Events Director, Daniel Duran at Daniel [at] tnchartercenter [dot] org for more information.
High-quality, relevant, and engaging content is of the utmost importance. We are currently accepting presentation submissions covering a variety of topics that are important to our charter schools.
Presentation topics should relate to best practices to promote quality schools; specifically, strategies focused on implementing effective curriculum, instruction, assessment, leadership, operations, and finance as well as general topics related to enrollment/recruitment, parent engagement, school climate and culture, etc.
Sessions will be offered from 60-75 minutes and presenters are responsible for their own materials and preparation.