Classroom Assessment and Large-Scale Psychometrics: The Twain Shall Meet

Sept. 12–14, 2017  •  University of Kansas  •  Lawrence, Kan.

Registration Now Open

Registration for NCME’s 2017 special conference is now open. Registration is $125 per person and guarantees your spot at the conference. This cost includes entertainment and snacks at the opening reception as well as lunches and coffee breaks during the conference. Fees are payable by credit/debit card or by check. Qualified individuals may submit a grant assistance voucher in lieu of conference fees. (See Financial Assistance for Teachers below.)

The deadline for registration and payment is August 29, 2017.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

University of Kansas Professional and Continuing Education will provide one (1) continuing education unit (CEU) to all interested conference attendees. Individuals interested in receiving a CEU for their conference participation may indicate so during registration. A supplemental fee of $70 applies.

Financial Assistance for Teachers

Grant assistance to cover registration fees and travel costs are available to K–12 classroom teachers who are planning to present at the conference. These grant awards are limited in number and will be prioritized by need. If you are a K–12 classroom teacher who has been accepted to present at the conference and are seeking grant assistance, please wait to register until after you’ve received word about your grant assistance application. Grant awardees will be provided a voucher they can use as payment when registering for the conference.

Grant applications will be sent to eligible individuals along with their proposal acceptance and must be completed by July 31. Grant recipients will be notified by August 11, after which date they may register for the conference.

If you are not a K–12 classroom teacher, or if you are but do not require financial assistance to attend the conference, you may register at any time.

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