The National Summit for Educational Equity brings together leaders in educational equity to build capacity, knowledge, and skills to transform education, enrich classrooms, and improve student success.
This annual event will be held
April 24 8AM – April 27 1:30PM, 2017
in Arlington, VA.
NSEE brings together the researchers and practitioners in educational equity to share best practices and build a learning community of professionals. The conference offers workshops and sessions that engage participants in learning about new research, tools, and strategies for improving policies and practices to close achievement, participation, and interest gaps.
The theme of the 2017 NSEE is Reach Greater Heights with Access, Equity, and Diversity.
Looking for more? Review the top benefits for why you should attend NSEE 2017.
The NSEE (formerly the Professional Development Institute) is hosted by the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, or NAPE.
Highlights from Previous Conferences
- The 2016 NSEE took place April 11-14, 2015, in Alexandria, VA. Review the 2016 sessions here.
- The 2015 Professional Development Institute took place April 21-23, 2015, in Alexandria, VA. The highlights were captured in our Twitter Storify and our Picture Slideshow. See Program Book for agenda and Workshop Webpage for PDFs of workshop presentations.
The National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE) is a consortium of state and local agencies, corporations, and national organizations, and though chartered in 1990, the history dates back to 1979. NAPE strives to achieve its mission of building educators’ capacity to implement effective solutions for increasing student access, educational equity, and workforce diversity.
The NAPE Education Foundation, Inc. was established in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in response to requests for assistance by education and workforce agencies across the nation. The Foundation shares NAPE’s commitment to the advancement of access, equity, and diversity in classrooms and workplaces. The Foundation’s work centers on providing professional development, tools and resources, and technical assistance and conducting research to enhance students’ career options. Its primary customers are public education (middle school, high school, and community college) professionals and policymakers.
Learn more about NAPE.