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Registration Rates:

Early Bird Registration Ends March 15, 2023

  • Early Professional Registration: $325
  • Early Family Member, Person with a Disability or Student: $215
  • Professional Registration: $350
  • Family Member, Person with a Disability or Student: $225

 

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What is the PEAK Conference on Inclusive Education?

Inclusive education is a process of school reform that creates equity in education and increases achievement for ALL students. In inclusive schools, students, families, general and special educators, administrators, support staff, and community members work together to make curriculum accessible to all learners and to differentiate instruction. This conference brings members of each of these distinct groups together to learn and collaborate, and focuses on strategies that support the inclusion of students with all types of disabilities in general education.

  

Who attends the PEAK Conference on Inclusive Education?

PEAK’s annual Conference on Inclusive Education is an excellent professional and personal development opportunity for EVERY PERSON involved in the education and inclusion of diverse learners. Family members, youth, self-advocates, general and special education teachers, school administrators, college students and other professionals are all encouraged to attend!

   

No Refund Policy & No Childcare:

No Refund Policy

PEAK Parent Center has a No Refund Policy and cannot refund credit cards or release purchase orders if you must cancel your registration. However, for $30 we can transfer your registration to a friend or colleague. Contact PEAK at conference@peakparent.orgfor details.

No Child Care Available

Unfortunately, the conference is not able to offer child care. We apologize for any inconvenience.

  

Inclusion Conference History