University of Lynchburg is the only college in the United States to offer graduate credit to attendees at the 2011 National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Conference in February. Attendees can earn from one to three graduate credits in “Special Topics: Educational Issues” at a cost of $375 for three hours of graduate credit and $150 for one credit hour.
Requirements for three credit hours include attendance at each of the three general sessions and six of the concurrent or featured sessions, submission of a summary of each, and preparation of a critical analysis paper.
One-hour credit requirements include attendance at two of the three general sessions and five of the concurrent or featured sessions and submission of a summary of each. All participants will be required to access Moodle software at University of Lynchburg for submissions and additional resource information.
The conference will be held February 25-27, 2011 in San Francisco, California, and will focus on improving student performance.
Deadline for registration is February 21, 2011. Further information and applications are available at www.lynchburg.edu/nassp.xml.