NPEA 2020 Conference Registration is NOW OPEN!

Register today to access our discounted Early Bird rates!

Featuring 40 workshops and spark session presentations, three keynotes, two receptions, and ample time for networking, this is a valuable opportunity for those in the field of education to come together and share best practices. Conference participants represent school and non-school based direct service programs, independent, public and charter schools, colleges and universities, education nonprofits, and others committed to access and success.

Early Bird Rates (through February 2020):
NPEA Member: $600
Non-Member: $785

After Early Bird:
NPEA Member: $680
Non-Member: $860

Session Presenter:
NPEA Member: $495
Non-Member: $680

Click here to register. Interested in becoming a member? Email Alex Newell (anewell@tsf.org).


Reaching Out and Rising Up: Forging Ahead for Student Success
The past two NPEA conferences have called attendees to stand together and raise our voices for underserved students in an increasingly challenging climate. We have looked to each other to elevate our work, empower students, and deepen our commitment to dismantling systems of inequity. While our collective efforts have undoubtedly strengthened the field of education, we find students across the country continue to face many of the same challenges.

As we look ahead to 2020 and NPEA’s 12th annual conference, we ask attendees to reach out — to our students, to each other, to our communities — and to rise up together and persist in the pursuit of progress. As a community, we can transform the future of access, equity, and opportunity for the students we serve today and those we’ll serve tomorrow. Together, we will engage in thoughtful conversation and learning opportunities around issues of student well-being and mental health, intersectional identity, race and equity, diversity and inclusion, social justice, and more. We will look holistically at the student experience throughout the K-16+ journey, and envision how we can make changes that will help students not only access opportunity but move onward and upward to thrive on their unique educational journeys.


Questions? Contact Carrie Tate (ctate@tsf.org).