Save the date for MCEC’s 2014 National Training Seminar!
10/18/2013 Published by: Suzanne
What is it?
SchoolQuest.org™ is an initiative of the Military Child Education Coalition® (MCEC®). MCEC’s mission is “to ensure inclusive, quality educational experiences for all military-connected children affected by mobility, family separation and transition.”
MCEC works to accomplish this by:
- Providing responsive and relevant support systems, resources and products
- Expanding the MCEC’s outreach through engagement, advocacy and partnerships
- Executing a strategic communications plan
- Building a strong, sustainable and financially sound organization
MCEC’s National Training Seminars play a major role in achieving these goals by bringing together community and national leaders in the field of education in order to raise awareness about the unique challenges facing our military-connected youth.
MCEC’s 16th National Training Seminar will be held next summer in Washington D.C.
When will it be?
July 29-30, 2014
Where will it be?
The Washington Marriott Wardman Park in Washington D.C.
What is the theme?
“Keeping the Promise”
Where can I go for more information?
Visit the Military Child Education Coalition’s web site for more details about their National Training Seminar to include highlights from the 2013 event which was held in Maryland this past July.
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