California Council for the Social Studies
Serving K-16 Educators Statewide
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FRIDAY KEYNOTE

Women in Leadership and the 19th Amendment: 

Where we've been and where we need to go

Moderator: Milton Reynolds

Educator, Author and Founder

 of Reynolds Consulting

Elizabeth Rindskopt Parker

Consultant,

Defending Democratic Institutions

Project of the Center for Strategic and International Studies

Darline P. Robles, Ph.D.

Professor and Associate Dean

Equity and Inclusion,

Rossier School of Education,

University of Southern California

Renee Tajima-Peña

Filmmaker,

Professor, Asian American Studies  

Director, Center for

Ethno-Communications, UCLA

SATURDAY KEYNOTE

The 2020 Election: The Ultimate Teachable Moment

At a time when growing numbers of Americans are becoming increasingly disillusioned with politics, how can we talk about the 2020 presidential campaign to our students and their families in a way that encourages them to become politically aware and civically involved?

Diana Hess, Ph.D.

Dean, University of Wisconsin-Madison Education

Dan Schnur

UC-Berkeley Professor

Leslie (Les) Francis

Communications & Public Affairs Consultant

Conan Nolan

Chief Political Reporter for NBC4

PRE-CONFERENCE SESSIONS

 Thursday, February 27 from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 
Registration Type

Regular 

Regular - Retired/VeteranFriday Only

Friday Only

Saturday/Sunday Only

Presenter

Preservice Teachers/Mentors

Group Rate (10+, 1 invoice)

$300.00

$200.00

$175.00

$200.00

$75.00

Contact CCSS

$275.00/person

Member Rate

 

$435.00

$335.00

$310.00

$335.00

$210.00

Contact CCSS

$410.00/person

Non-Member Rate

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPTIONS

 

ORANGE COUNTY COSTA MESA HILTON

ENJOY DISCOUNTED ROOM

RATES THOUGH CCSS.

3050 Bristol St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Day parking $10, Self-parking $14, Valet $33