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Heads up! Conferences QEIA: Initial Successes and Stories from the Field November 30, 2010 Sacramento (location to be announced) CTA is convening a symposium to present the findings from a series of site case studies of more than 20 schools throughout California participating in the Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) program. The case studies were con- ducted last spring by Vital Research, LLC. This symposium will also give invited representatives of the QEIA schools the opportunity to share their stories with members of the Legislature, policymakers and other QEIA stakeholders. For more information, contact Jane Robb,, (916) 288-4940. CLMS/CLHS Annual Conference South December 2-4, 2010 Town and Country Resort, San Diego The California League of Schools, encompassing the communities of the California League of Middle Schools and the California League of High Schools, presents an annual conference in Northern and Southern edi- tions offering high-quality professional development to connect teach- ers, administrators and school support staff to a range of solutions for the real-world challenges impacting California’s K-12 schools. Gain useful ideas, strategies and tools to improve student achievement at your school. Attend as a team for maximum effectiveness. The Annual Confer- ence South offers over 100 sessions led by seasoned educators and spe- cialists; separate session strands for middle, high and elementary school educators; sessions on reading, math and other content areas, RtI, PLCs, differentiated instruction, integrated technology, data/assessment, class- room management, Program Improvement exit strategies, and more; over 14 quality professional development hours; and college credit. Fea- tured speakers Richard and Rebecca DuFour offer six hours of PLC train- Continued on page 38     Where is your career taking you? With a J.D., your options are endless. If you want to sit for the California Bar, we have the most cost effective answer. • In house zero percent financing • Small class size • Classes meet only twice a week • Courtroom training skills curriculum Earn your J.D. either online, or at our Carlsbad or Los Angeles campus and review facility. The online option allows you to study from your home, while traveling, or anywhere there is an Internet connection. A Apply online at or call: 760-929-5900 L WE DO NOT REQUIRE THE LSAT FOR ADMISSION                     SPECIAL ELECTION ISSUE OCTOBER 2010 | 35             C A L I L F D C O H R L N I M O I A N D S O O F A W

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