Join us in our Mile High Setting as we celebrate the 63rd Annual Correctional Education Association International Conference on July 13-16, 2008. Denver in summer promises to be a fabulous place to energize our efforts to educate our country’s most challenging students.

Conference Program: There will be nearly 100 different workshops during the annual Correctional Education Association conference this. Presenters from the United States, Australia, Norway, and Ireland will be presenting on a range of topics from enhancing the delivery of education in the classroom to reentry and vocational education topics! Monday night stay and honor the nine Regional Teachers of the Year for their outstanding work in correctional education. Tuesday’s Award Luncheon will celebrate the contributions of long time correctional educators to the field and the Association. Meet other professionals in your field at the Special Interest Group Meetings and other CEA members during the CEA Regional Meetings.
For a full schedule, please click here to view the Draft Conference Agenda (PDF)
To review the Tentative Workshops and Descriptions click here (PDF)

Register now to guarantee your attendance at the largest and most informative Correctional Education conference in the United States. Over ninety workshops are being scheduled, accompanied by over fifty vendors of Correctional Education products committed to the success of your educational programs.

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Conference Program (PDF)

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The 63rd Annual CEA Conference will be hosted at Denver’s largest hotel — The Sheraton (formerly Adam’s Mark Hotel) Call (888) 627 8405 for more information, or online.

Denver is the perfect location for this summer conference! Days are quite warm, yet evenings are extremely pleasant. There are a multitude of restaurants, activities and shopping opportunities just steps away—after the conference workshops! Plan an extra day or two to explore the mountains, golf courses, and local attractions—all just minutes away. Who knows… you might even “hit it big” in small stakes gaming available in several historic mountain towns close by. See the excitement that awaits this summer by viewing the Nearby Attractions(PDF).  To learn more about Denver, take a look at the Denver Visitor’s Bureau website. We welcome this unique opportunity to present this inspirational venue to learn more about Correctional Education—and the Wild West!

As always, CEA welcomes participation from our corporate partners!  CEA is seeking exhibitors who wish to interact with correctional education teachers and administrators from around the world!  For more information about exhibiting at the CEA conference, Please download the Exhibitor Prospectus here. (PDF)

For more information contact:
John Palan, Conference Chair
Registrations and Exhibits
CEA Executive Office


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