Understanding Education Research
Once Registered To Attend The 2004 National Forum on Education Policy*,
Take Advantage of This Exciting Pre-forum Opportunity!
We're pleased to announce a unique opportunity for National Forum
participants just prior to the official start of this year's National
Forum at the Peabody Orlando Hotel. On Tuesday, July 13, from 2:00 -
5:00 p.m., ECS is offering a mini-course entitled "Understanding
Education Research." The course is designed to help you understand the
basics of education research and will be taught by Patricia Lauer,
principal researcher at Mid-continent Research for Education and
Learning (MCREL) and author of the new ECS/MCREL, "Policymaker's Primer
on Education Research" (see online at http://www.ecs.org/researchprimer).
This is your chance to become more familiar with key terms and concepts
in education research and to learn to use education research as a tool
for policy decisions.
WHERE: The course will be held at the conference hotel (Peabody).
will be highly interactive therefore limited in enrollment.
HOW AND WHEN TO REGISTER:
be no fee for the course, but registrants will be accepted on a first-
come/first-served basis. Please register no later than June 21 by
contacting Lyn Hesketh at 303.299.3639 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information about the course, please contact Michael Allen
at 303.299.3669 or email@example.com.
Don't miss this exciting learning opportunity!