Learn the ways to register for the 2015 Literacy for All Conference in Providence, RI, November 15-17, 2015.
Early Bird Pricing (must register before September 1, 2015)
$395, Package Deal (Sunday–Tuesday)$375, Sunday and Monday$295, Full Conference (Monday and Tuesday)$210, One Day (Monday or Tuesday)$175, Sunday Pre-Conference Workshop Only
Regular Pricing (after September 1, 2015)
$410, Package Deal (Sunday–Tuesday)$390, Sunday and Monday$310, Full Conference (Monday and Tuesday)$225, One Day (Monday or Tuesday)$190, Sunday Pre-Conference Workshop Only
Group Discount: Send 10 people from your district for two or more days, and get an 11th free
Principal/Assistant Principal Discount: Send three educators from your school and the principal, assistant principal, or other administrator from your school can attend for half price
Please review our terms and conditions document to see if you are eligible for any available discounts. If you are eligible for the Principal/Assistant Principal discount, please review this form for further details.
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You may donate as little as $1 to support teacher scholarships when you register. We award two Sue Hundley Scholarships each year with funds raised.
Reading Recovery Council of North America (RRCNA) is an association of Reading Recovery professionals and partners. Membership benefits include subscriptions to newsletters and journal, a logo lapel pin, and membership certificate. Receive a gift by registering for RRCNA membership through your Literacy for All Conference registration. Check the membership box on the registration form or online, then add the fee to your registration cost. You will receive the gift upon conference check-in.
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Literacy for All Conference
Funding and Scholarships
Directions and Parking
Exhibiting and Sponsorships
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Candice Campbell, Project Manager
We sponsor an annual Literacy for All conference each November. Read about the conference, and how we have been working to help every child succeed for more than 25 years.