March 6-8, 2019
Sacramento Convention Center
CSEA is presenting the 22nd Annual California Paraeducator Conference March 6-8, 2019 in Sacramento.
Registration opens to CSEA members only on October 1st.
The registration fee is $109 per CSEA member. Registration closes February 1, 2019. Registration may be available onsite for $149 per person if space is still available. Be sure to register early as we expect to sell out prior to February 1st.
Please Note: This conference is provided to CSEA members only.
Book your room now for the 2019 California Paraeducator Conference!
Rooms have been blocked at special rates on a space available-basis at the following hotels. The following rates do not include taxes. The cut-off date for hotel reservations at the reduced negotiated rates is February 12, 2019. Please make your reservation early as the blocks may sell out before the cut-off date.
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The California Paraeducator Conference debuted in 1998 in Sacramento with about one hundred attendees. Since then, the annual conference has continued to grow, drawing well over a thousand attendees each year.
The growth of the conference is a clear indication of the dedication paraeducators have to their profession and students. Districts also see the value in the professional training Paraeducators receive at the conference; many choosing to provide funding and paid work days for their Paraeducators to attend.
Paraeducators do more than teach children. They are student’s confidant, health coach, safe person and more. The true effects of a paraeducator’s influence in the classroom and the community are immeasurable. That’s why this conference provides the knowledge and training paraeducators need. They come to learn the latest in industry standards, to learn about the rights they have under the law and to network with other CSEA paraeducators across the state.
The success of the conference can be found in the respect, value and pride paraeducators feel in their profession and the confidence they gain when they take new knowledge and skills back to their districts.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
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