#CCSS18 to Feature Gov Candidate Forum
The California Council for the Social Studies (CCSS) recently announced an exciting event that will close their the 57th annual conference in San Diego. CCSS is partnering with The San Diego Union-Tribune to host a live, in-person forum with California's gubernatorial candidates on Sunday, March 25 at the Town & Country Hotel and Conference Center. Leading candidates have been invited to discuss their education platforms and other important issues regarding the future of California.
Registration to the CCSS annual conference includes complimentary preferential seating thanks to our generous Forum co-sponsors Pearson, National Geographic/Cengage, McGraw Hill Education, the University of San Diego, and Luxuria Public Relations. Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to see the leading gubernatorial candidates take the stage in a moderated discussion regarding their visions for improving California.
Register for the CCSS conference today at California Council for the Social Studies - Attendee Registration 2018 to help yourself improve your Social Studies instruction and make an informed decision about the next governor of our state. See you in San Diego.
Who will replace Gov. & Mrs. Jerry Brown in 2018?
8/1/2018 08:34:37 pm
I bet this conference will be attended by a lot of professionals who are seeking information that will deepen their knowledge when it comes to this specific topic. I have been planning to join such conferences simply because I believe that I am not yet knowledgeable with what I studied in college for the last few years. The reason why I want to do this is because I want to prepare myself before I fully enter the real and competitive world of workplace. Anyway, I hope this event will be successful. I am looking forward to your update post about this.
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Debating Social Studies topics in Southern California.