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Where can I find information about this year's summer institute?
By Sam0525
Posted on: January 29 2015
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  • It will take place in Atlanta, GA, from June 28th to July 1st. This is the link that was just posted on Facebook: http://modelschoolsconference.com/read180. There is information there about the conference.

    Are you going this year Dee? Debbie??? We missed you two last year!

    AskDee

    I don't know yet whether I'll be going. It is nice to be missed. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    New Orleans was definitely fun, but in a different way from on-Disney Property fun.

    I'm hoping I can attend this year. Last year it was scheduled during my family vacation. This year it starts the day after my family vacation. I loved New Orleans!

    In previous years, there was an option to earn one graduate credit for attending the conference, or two graduate credits for attending both the conference and the pre-conference session. Do you know if that will be available again this year? I did not see any information about graduate credit in the conference brochure.

    I have the opportunity of attending the 2016 summer institute. Does anybody have any info on this. I know it is early, but definitely curious. I have never attended one of these.

    I wish I could go ,but it is too expensive.

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