at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC.
2023 NAFEPA Conference Details & Information
The NAFEPA Board of Directors has developed an impressive program to provide critical training on an array of important and timely topics presented by a remarkable lineup of speakers from across the nation.
Join us and get the most up-to-date information to help you provide the best education to your students and better fulfill your job requirements as administrators of federal education programs. Enjoy opportunities that will assist you in leading during this exciting time in education as we provide:
Empowering Learning for Life
Please use the conference participant's Name and Email Address when signing up. The email will be used before, during, and after for conference communications.
Early Bird Registration
Register by February 1, 2023 (Midnight Eastern Time)
$645.00 Early Bird Registration (You must log in to register)
$745.00 Early Bird Non-Member Registration (Includes 1 Year Membership)
Register AFTER February 1, 2023:
$745.00 Regular Member Registration (You must log in to register)
$845.00 Regular Non-Member Registration (Includes 1 Year Membership)
Register AFTER March 1, 2023:
$845.00 Late Member Registration (You must log in to register)
$945.00 Late Non-Member Registration (Includes 1 Year Membership)
Pre-Conference Sessions (Optional)
View details for each Pre-Session below.
$125.00 Each Pre-Conference Session
Should you require a Purchase Order, please contact Bobby Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit payment within 30 days of registering.
Only Virtual Session:
Monday, MARCH 20, 2023
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
SESSION A: The Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA)…King of Everything
Facilitators: Leslie Laughter
Schools have conducted needs assessments for years, right? So, why have another session on the CNA? The greater flexibility offered by ESSA brings added responsibility for LEAs. What does that mean for needs assessment processes and content? What makes it “comprehensive?” In many ways, the success of programs such as Title I and Title IV (among others) greatly depend on the depth and quality of the needs assessment. Are your schools doing the same old thing or have they discovered the secrets of utilizing the needs assessment as the springboard for closing gaps? Come build on what you already know and discover the components of a great CNA.
On-Site Pre-Conference Sessions (Optional)
On-Site Conference Check-In:
Sunday, MARCH 26, 2023
8:30 am – 3:45 pm
Choose One AM Session:
AM SESSIONS (Optional)
Sunday MARCH 26, 2023
8:30 am - 11:00 am
SESSION B: Welcome to the World of Federal Education Programming!
A workshop for first time federal program administrators
Facilitators: Celeste Merriweather and Leticia Roman
Learn the most essential information about how to successfully lead federal programs in your school district from two people who have “been there”. Meet colleagues who are new to the role of a federal program administrator and establish a valuable network of support that is essential to fulfilling your new role through NAFEPA. During this workshop you will learn more regarding Accountability systems, data management and organizational tips, federal parental involvement requirements, as well as additional ways to not just survive but thrive in your new role as a federal program administrator!
SESSION C: Not So New Directors
Facilitators: Kimberly Glass
This session is designed for the experienced federal programs administrator still striving for continuous improvement and professional growth. We will focus on strategic actions that can make us more effective and efficient while administering the programs that support the schools, staff, and students of our districts and states.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Only PM Option:
Sunday MARCH 26, 2023
1:15 pm - 3:45 pm
SESSION D: Federal Updates
Facilitator: Steve Spillan
This will also include updates to the internal policies and procedures that all non-federal entities must maintain. Attendees will also be afforded the opportunity to ask questions on federal grants management.
2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Ave.)
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