workshop-2015-logoWorkshop will return to the Atlantic City Convention Center this fall from Tuesday through Thursday, Oct. 27-29.

This year’s theme, “Partners in Student Achievement – Empowering the 21st Century Student,” focuses on collaboration among education leaders, educators, businesses, non-profits and communities, all working together to ensure a strong future for New Jersey’s children.

More than 200 Training Sessions The annual Workshop Conference, the largest training and information conference for school officials in the state, will offer more than 200 individual sessions to New Jersey’s local school officials. The conference draws more than 7,000 attendees and exhibitors, and is a destination where educational leaders from across New Jersey can come to find solutions to the challenges they face in their school districts. School officials attending Workshop can learn ways to lower district operating costs, technology solutions for their districts, methods for improving student achievement, ways to integrate STEM and sustainability into the curriculum, ideas on creating healthier schools and more.

Registration/Pricing Workshop 2015 registration will open on May 1. The cost of Workshop group registration for boards of education and member charter schools is $1,300. The group registration covers up to 14 team members, which may include school board members, the business administrator, superintendent, facilities manager, curriculum coordinator and technology director. Registration must be handled by the school business administrator. Individual member registration is $250. Business administrators are encouraged to download and review the registration instructions prior to registering.

Housing Information Housing for Workshop 2015 will open on May 1. Blocks of rooms have been secured at a number of hotels in Atlantic City for Workshop 2015 attendees. Hotel information will be listed on the Workshop website on May 1. Housing must also be handled by the school business administrator.

Visit the Workshop 2015 website to learn more.