Launched in 1977 by Kenneth Kahn LRP publications have been originated to serve business and education professionals for more than three decades. It provides quality training to the member who takes part in the national conferences and trade shows every year and helpful in their professional development. LRP published hundreds of newsletters books videos and case reporters in the domain of Education Administration & Law Human Resources and Workers’ Compensation & Disability and on Federal Employment Law. Labor Relations Press publications builds a bridge between the researchers to focus on the research findings in assisting the business and education professionals through a wide spectrum of events conferences workshops and forums.
I didn't find this necessarily enlightening - just some basic stats, wasn't anything unique shared. My connection was not great - a lot of cutting out of the speakers. Canned question/answer at the end. 20 minutes!
Would like a print out of classes attended to submit to my school district. Was not able to submit this year or last year. Was able to previously. Need the classes for points towards certification renewal.
We had good traffic, the quality of the traffic was top notch, and the setting was great. Negatives: No electricity in the booth without extra charge was crappy. Even Neocon give you 1 outlet. Extra charge - $150 to run a vacuum! Freeman SUX.
Perhaps the greatest advance in Educational Technology is what Nearpod has done with their LMS adding lesson plans. I know they are trying to develop a way to for their program to communicate with other, more popular programs, like Edmond.