EPLC Conference – 2004

Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference 2004

More than 250 policymakers, educators, parents, business and community leaders gathered in Harrisburg on March 21-23, 2004, for the 2nd annual Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference.

The event began with two pre-Conference Workshops on the 2004-2005 State Education Budget and a Primer on ESEA-No Child Left Behind and IDEA.

Along with presentations by state policymakers, teachers and business leaders delivered at the more than 20 sessions offered during the three-day conference, attendees also heard from 2003 National Teacher-of-the-Year Betsy Rogers, nationally renowned special education law expert Melinda Baird, and Pennsylvania Secretary of Education Vicki Phillips.

EPLC expresses great thanks to its Gold Level Conference Sponsors, the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA), Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA), and Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF).

EPLC also thanks the Institute for Educational Leadership for sponsorship of the Sunday evening reception.

Conference Presentations Available Online

“Linking Early Care and Education with Public Education” by Dr. Karen McIntyre, Director, Early Education Initiative, Allegheny Conference on Community Development
MS Powerpoint Format

“Business and Education – A Partnership that Works for Students” by Dr. Karen McIntyre, Director, Early Education Initiative, Allegheny Conference on Community Development
MS Powerpoint Format

“No Child Left Behind: Impact on the Reading School District” by Cheryl McCann, Director of Federal Programs and Grants, Reading School District
MS Powerpoint Format


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