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The IATDP works to keep students in school. Ideally, schools should provide such an engaging and enriching experience that students would want to be in place to participate. But, many students are opting out of public education, or any education program. Why is this happening and what can we do about it?
One of the Goals of the IATDP is to provide information about programs to keep children in school. One way that we do this is via our Annual Conference which will be held this year in San Antonio, Texas. We would love to have you participate in this information sharing and hearing officer training event. Please click on the picture of the Alamo at right for more information about this year's conference.
Click here to register On-Line using PayPal.
To download the conference brochure mail-in form for registration, Click Here
We would like to showcase the work of our members in the semiannual journal. This is our call for papers for the Spring 2014 Issue with submission cutoff of 15 March. Click here for more information.
The executive committee of the IATDP has approved the publishing of back issues of the Journal of the IATDP on this web site. The 2013 Spring Issue is now available on the Journal menu page.
Group E-Mail List: Would you like to have your e-mail address added to our IATDP group e-mail list so that you can receive timely notification of updates to this site? Then, click here to request addition to the list. Or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org from the address that you want added, with the words "Add Me" in the subject line. We will send you an e-mail invitation to join. We also invite all conference registrants to become members of the listserve so that we can easily disseminate information about the conference. Upon receipt of your verification, we will add you to our group list. Similarly, if you later want to be removed from the list, click here and send your unsubscribe request.
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