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The Nassau BOCES Perkins Consortium provides regional and district-based workshops and activities to all of its consortium members.

Visit the  New York State Perkins website to learn more about this topic.

SAVE THE DATE for the Nassau BOCES Perkins Consortium Meeting - Thursday, November 17, 1 - 2:30 p.m. at Barry Tech in Westbury. 

Don't Miss the 6th Annual Collaborative CTE Conference! 
Multiple Pathways for All Students:  Ensuring Career and College Readiness 
Friday, November 18 at Hofstra University  7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center, North Campus

This conference is designed for: Superintendents, District Administrators, School Board Members, Middle and High School Principals, Curriculum Leaders, Business Leaders, School-Business Partners, and Teachers on Long Island, in Westchester County, and in New York City.

As educators, we have a responsibility to ensure that EVERY student leaves our schools prepared for their future lives, whether they pursue post-secondary education or enter the workforce.
The challenge is to create effective, rigorous career pathway programs to motivate students and capitalize on their strengths and Interests; thus achieving Career and College success.
This conference's keynotes and sessions will provide participants with ideas and strategies that can be replicated in every school or district and will provide sessions on integrating CTE and CDOS programs from middle school to high school.

Welcome: ;

Dr. Robert R. Dillon, District Superintendent, Nassau BOCES

Featured Keynotes:

"College Ready ls Not Reddy Enough" Bill Daggett, CEO, International Center for Leadership in Education  "Brain Research and the Implications for Student Success "

Dr. Linda Jordan, Midwest Brain & Learning Institute and Associate Professor of Elementary Education, Hope College, "From the Classroom to the Boardroom"

Jonathan Jacobs, Partner, Digital Natives Group

Invited Speaker:

MaryEllen Elia, NYS Education Department, Commissioner of Education

Breakout Sessions: 

  • Authentic Assessments - Buffalo’s CDOS Documentation Plan * Economic lob Reports - Gaming Curriculum
  • Tech-lane Pathways to Technology - Leveraging Educational Partnerships - Employability Profiles 
  • Stackable Credentials - Career Readiness Framework - College Articulation Panel - CTE Program Approval
  • Reporting CTE Data - Teacher Certification Challenges - Aligning Goals to School Mission 

Click here for conference flyer and registration 

For questions about this conference, contact:

Hofstra University; School of Education, Office of Professional Development Services

at (516) 463-5750

Register NOW! Space Limited! $35/person



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