Mark your calendars for the 2019 EL Education National Conference taking place October 17th-19th in Atlanta, Georgia.
Join thousands of fellow educators, experts, and innovators at ELNC19 as we strengthen our support for the whole child and celebrate remarkable student achievement across three dimensions. Join for Pre-Conference Day on October 16th for an even deeper dive.
#ELNC18 was our largest conference yet, where more than 1,200 educators and experts came together around the theme "Educating for a Better World" in nearly 100 master classes and community events. Together we strengthened our support for students so they can become great scholars and active, ethical citizens with the capacity to build a better world.
Discover more highlights from #ELNC18 below!
Seven Schools Receive EL Education Credential
At ELNC18, seven schools from across our national network received the EL Education Credential, which recognizes them for lifting student achievement across all three dimensions: knowledge and skills, high quality work, and character.
2018 Klingenstein Teacher Award
We are proud to announce that Annie Holyfield, a kindergarten and first grade teacher at Joe Shoemaker Elementary School in Denver received the 2018 Klingenstein Teacher Award from national non-profit EL Education. Learn more about Annie below, on our blog.
2018 Silverberg Leader Award
EL Education is proud to announce that Laina Cox, Middle School Principal of Capital City Public Charter School, has received the Silverberg Leadership Award from national non-profit EL Education. Check out our blog below to learn more about Laina!
Yainiliz Lopez is a student at Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication (ISAAC) in New London, Connecticut. She and her classmate Shem Adams helped kickoff EL Education’s 2018 National Conference with a speech about what happens when students like them set out to make the world better. Click below to hear her story on our blog.