The Ready by 21 National Meeting

March 11-13, 2013 | Atlanta

The National Meeting will include a variety of session types and formats, from keynote speakers and plenary panels to small group discussions and peer learning circles. You will be able to connect with other leaders from around the country, as well as from similar professions and sectors, to strengthen your networks, apply learning and create solutions.

The Ready by 21 National Meeting will bring together hundreds of leaders from around the country who are working toward the same goal: Getting all young people ready by 21 for college, work and life.

They are leaders like you who have dedicated themselves to improving the odds for children and youth through collective impact initiatives, policy alignment and program quality improvement. The National Meeting will give you a chance to network with colleagues and experts from around the nation about what we’ve accomplished together and how we’ll move forward.

You’ll hear about research, experiences and strategies for creating change and measuring impact in programs, communities and states. You’ll learn how leaders have:

  • Adopted Standards for creating effective change.
  • Implemented Solutions to achieve goals.
  • Achieved Success that can be measured.

The hotel block for the Sheraton Atlanta is open. The special meeting rate is $159/night. You can book your room directly through the Ready by 21 National Meeting portal.

via The Ready by 21 National Meeting | Ready By 21.

Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

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