Annual Professional Learning Events

Nebraska State Literacy Association Conference – This state conference brings together literacy educators from across the state to engage in face-to-face professional learning.


Nebraska CAFE – The Nebraska CAFE is an engaging, discussion-based webinar series focused on amplifying family engagement in schools throughout Nebraska.  We provide educators & professionals who work in family engagement a platform to communicate, network, and learn from families and other professionals.


Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival – A specialized conference designed for educators and literacy enthusiasts.


Read Aloud Nebraska Conference – Promoting healthy, successful children and families through reading aloud.


Nebraska MTSS Summit – Nebraska’s Multi-tiered System of Support empowers schools to support and prepare all students for success by systematically delivering a range of high-quality instruction tailored to meet their needs.

International Literacy Association – Combines practical, research-based sessions, engaging events, and renowned speakers at an annual conference that helps all attendees—from literacy leaders to educators—leave the conference feeling energized and empowered.


National Council of Teachers of English – Annual conference honors the voice, passion, agency and empowerment of ELA teachers to ensure students acquire a life mastery of the skills and practices they teach.


The Reading League Annual Conference – A professional organization focused on training educators on evidence-based practices to improve reading instruction.


The Center for Literacy & Learning – Plain Talk About Literacy and Learning conference is heralded as the nation’s premier literacy institute. The Institute gained its reputation because of its clear focus on providing evidence-based reading research and strategies for those who teach all ages and grade levels.


International Dyslexia Association– IDA Reading, Literacy & Learning conference is packed with education sessions tailored specifically for professionals, families, and those affected by dyslexia.

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