[Technology 1405] PAACE Midwinter Conference

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Kocher, Eileen ekocher at state.pa.us
Tue Dec 4 14:00:30 EST 2007

The Pennsylvania Association for Adult Continuing Education (PAACE)
invites you to attend the 43rd Annual PAACE Midwinter Conference on
Adult Education, "Opening Windows," February 6-8, 2008 at the Hershey
Lodge. From local, statewide, and national perspectives, concurrent
sessions will address Adult Literacy, ABE/ASE, ESL, Family Literacy,
Corrections Education, Adults in Continuing Higher Education, Workforce
Development, Public Policy, Research, and Program Administration.

Keynote speaker is Dr. Cheryl D. King, study director of the National
Commission on Adult Education. Art Ellison will present a special public
policy session. Cheryl Keenan of OVAE will present a federal update. The
PA Bureau of ABLE will present a series of designated sessions. Honorary
conference chair is the Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board, Dr.
Robert Garraty, executive director.

Registration is now open. Take advantage of the Early Bird discount
until December 31. For more information on the conference and
registration, please visit <http://www.paacesite.org>
<http://www.paacesite.org/> . A link to hotel reservations automatically
applies the PAACE discount. If you are flying, Harrisburg International
Airport is very close to Hershey.

The PAACE Midwinter Conference is Pennsylvania's premier adult education
professional development and networking opportunity. The program offers
something for everyone with an interest in any aspect of adult
education. We hope you will join us in Hershey.

Tana Reiff
TIU Community Education Services
PAACE First Vice-President
tana_reiff at comcast.net
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