Join us in Las Vegas, Nevada, for our 37th International Conference on Learning Disabilities, October 1 and 2, 2015!
A copy of our program is attached here:
Please note the program is subject to change due to cancellations, etc.
Announcing our J. Lee Wiederholt Distinguished Lecturer for the conference:
Dr. Lynn Meltzer
President and Director of Research, Research Institute for Learning and Development (ResearchILD), Director of Assessment, Institute for Learning and Development, Associate in Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Dr. Meltzer will speak on Executive Function and Flexible Thinking: The Foundation of Academic Success
Things to do in Las Vegas
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Please use the following link to register for our conference:
For a paper copy of our registration, click here: Download Registration
Our Conference will be held at the Tropicana Las Vegas. We have been able to secure a great rate for our conference attendees – $95 per night plus tax. We strongly encourage you to stay at our conference hotel for convenience, and to help us fill our room block. By doing so, we are able to offer reasonable rates for all our conference attendees. We expect these rooms to go fast, so follow the link below and select Attendee in the dropdown window to receive the special CLD rate:
Or call the hotel at 1-800-634-4000 and give our code SCLD9A.
Sponsorship Opportunities: If you are interested in sponsoring part of our event, please download the information form – Sponsorship – or contact Marie Peterson for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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