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First Day of the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference!

The 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference began on a strong note with David Domenici speaking about the success he has had with the Maya Angelou Academy that serves D.C.’s incarcerated youth.  The most interesting fact…

Seats are Still Available at this Weekend’s Zealous Advocacy Conference

The 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference, with this year’s theme of Zealous Advocacy: It’s Common Sense, still has a few seats remaining. Registration is available for $200, a bargain considering the materials and speakers who will be presenting this weekend. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized by the Center for Children, […]

ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER EARLY for the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference

Only three days left to register early and save 60% on the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference. After April 26, our $80 pre-registration fee will rise to $200! You won’t want to miss out on this year’s slate of presenters–it will be our best conference yet. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized […]

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference

The Center for Children, Law & Policy is pleased to announce the opening of registration for our Spring 2013 Conference, the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference. Our theme this year is Zealous Advocacy: It’s Common Sense. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized by the Center for Children, Law & Policy and […]

Juvenile Detention Education: 3 Success Stories

This post is part of this month’s “What’s Going Right in Public Education” series, highlighting achievements and forward-thinking ideas happening now in education policy, law, and practice. “In America, education is still the great equalizer.” Secretary of Education Arne Duncan Americans hold a nearly universal belief that education can be a “great equalizer.” Despite the problems with […]

What’s Going RIGHT In Public Education: Highlighting the Positive (And Where We Go From Here)

The state of public education in America is a topic that attracts the attention of a diverse crowd. The impact public schools have on children is felt by more than the students, parents, and educators directly involved in a child’s education. Education serves as the foundation for every industry in America’s economy. In the past, […]