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Introduction to Registration

January 6, 2020
As the Waldorf100 centennial year approaches its final celebration in North America, the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education (APWE), the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA), and the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN), are pleased to host the 2020 LEARN TO CHANGE THE WORLD: EDUCATION INNOVATION SUMMIT. The conference will be held at the Chicago Waldorf School from June 23-June 26, 2020, with meetings and additional workshops offered before and after the main conference. 

With potentially 700-1000 participants, here is important time-sensitive information:

  • Registration opens January 13, 2020 for members of the three Associations. The fee is $420/person until March 1. For further information see the registration and pricing page.
  • There is a group registration rate for three or more registrants from the same school.  Group registrants must register at the same time to receive this discount. No discounts will be available after 4/30.
  • There are multiple workshop paths from which to choose. You must know your Workshop Path from this list prior to beginning registration. Workshops are optional.
  • One professional development workshop offering is training in restorative justice. The fee is an additional $250, and there must be 36 registrants by February 29. If you are interested in this workshop, be sure to sign up right away. This is workshop A1-10 which is a six-session workshop during the conference with a required pre-session on Tuesday, June 23 at 2:00pm as well.

Many thanks to the Chicago Waldorf School teachers and staff for graciously offering to host the Waldorf100 2020 conference. Special thanks to Becky Moskowitz, Luke Goodwin, Andrea Shaffer, and Carol Triggiano for preliminary preparations.  

Please contact me with general conference questions and Laura Posusta with registration questions.

See you in Chicago!

Warm regards,
Connie Stokes
For the conference planning committee:
Beverly Amico, Liz Beaven, Susan Howard, James Pewtherer, Melanie Reiser, Stephanie Rynas

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