Civil Rights Session Gets Top Honors
“It reminded me of why I’m doing the work that I’m doing,” noted Nelia Bernabe after attending the “Making Change” session at the big annual conference in Savannah. The once-in-a-lifetime session featured three people who made civil rights history and garnered a 4.9 session evaluation score out of 5.0, the highest evaluation score of all the sessions.
Some of the comments from others in the packed room:
-“Wow-if I can do a fraction of what you folks have done, I can change lives.” Sandi McDonald.
– “This session was amazing.” Travette Webster.
-“Thank you Julie, Cecilia, and Joe. Thank you LERN.” Nelia Bernabe.
The attendee input prompted conference planners to include another session on the role of lifelong learning programmers in making change for this year’s big annual conference in San Diego Nov. 19-22, 2019. Early registration is now being accepted at lern.org/conference