Why You Should Attend NACSACon 2023

Why You Should Attend NACSACon 2023

NACSACon is more than just an authorizing conference; it is a leadership conference.  

Whether you’ve been in charter school authorizing for 20+ years, or are just starting out, the content at NACSACon 2023 meets you where you are. 

The 3+ day event offers a wide variety of high-quality sessions led by a diverse group of experts, complemented by numerous networking opportunities. You’ll leave NACSACon 2023 inspired, informed, and fully equipped with the tools, resources, and connections you need to best serve your students, schools, and community.

As a leader in the field of authorizing, the best way to serve students is by continuously reflecting on new and different ways of listening to, and acting from, your communities’ needs. You must make connections. You must meet people in your field who have faced similar problems and have found innovative solutions. In short: you must find opportunities to learn. And what better way to get out there, connect with peers from across the country, and improve your skills than by attending NACSACon 2023. 

We know you know how important NACSACon 2023 is for your success, and the success of the schools in your community. We also understand that sometimes there are other things that need to fall into place for final approval before registering. 

If you need help persuading your supervisor on the value of attending NACSACon 2023, we invite you to use this editable letter.   

Register now to join us in Oakland!

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