Save the date: December 8-11, 2024
Denver, CO | #LearnFwd24
2024 theme: Reach new heights for students
The 2024 conference theme Reach new heights for students continues a path that started two years ago. In 2022, the conference theme Reimagine was an invitation to educators around the world to take what we learned from the pandemic and reimagine how we might change and improve possibilities for educators and students alike. We followed in 2023 with Evidence into Action, speaking to the power of evidence-based practices and how Learning Forward bridges research and implementation to improve results for each student. We looked at how we apply our learnings to best practices in classrooms, teams, buildings, systems, and regions. In 2024, in Aurora, Colorado, we continue this upward trajectory by taking reimagined possibilities and leveraging them with evidence-based practices to achieve our ultimate goal to Reach new heights for students.
2024 Call for Proposals is closed
The 2024 Call for Proposals closed at 11:59pm ET on January 31, 2024.
We are excited to share more than 830 proposals were submitted for the 2024 Annual Conference at the Gaylord Rockies, December 8-11, 2024.
To review your proposal or track the status of your proposal, please log into the Conference Proposal Site at https://lfp.learningforward.org/. If you need to make an edit to your proposal, contact Learning Forward’s program team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proposals are scored by peers with selections made to provide the most compelling program for conference attendees. Reviewers use a scoring rubric as the basis for scoring proposals and evaluating them. Every effort is made to have each proposal scored by a minimum of three reviewers. If you wish to be part of this review process, either remotely or in the host city, please complete this form and we will contact you soon with next steps. Thank you for your interest to help score proposals virtually!
Proposal notifications will be sent by May 15, 2024.
Stay tuned for announcements regarding keynotes, preconference sessions, thought leaders and more!
- Central office administrators
- Policymakers and decision makers
- Teacher leaders/Coaches
- School-based teams
- Principals/Assistant principals
- Technical assistance providers