Join hundreds of adult and family literacy practitioners, volunteers and adult learners this May to network, develop new skills and share promising practices during the 32nd Annual Florida Literacy Conference. This premier literacy event offers a wide range of sessions presented by local, state and national educators. Sessions are designed to energize you with new ideas and hands-on strategies that you can put to work for your program and students. Sessions promise to be interactive and are sure to help expand your knowledge on avariety of topics related to adult basic education, literacy, ESOL and family literacy.
Maximize your benefit of exposure at the 2016 Florida Literacy Conference by signing up for an exhibit space, advertisement, or by becoming a sponsor!
Full Conference Registration Includes:
- Admission to general sessions
- Your choice of sessions within 14 tracks
- Opening reception
- Continental breakfast on Thursday
- Closing Awards Luncheon Friday
- Daily refreshments
- Social and networking events
- Admission to literacy product exhibition
- Conference tote bag, program and resource material
National Literacy Advocate and Author of
The Teacher Who Couldn’t Read
Mr. Corcoran is a retired real estate developer and the author of The Teacher Who Couldn’t Read. Although he graduated from college and taught school for 17 years, Mr. Corcoran did not learn how to read until he was nearly 50 years old.
Today, Mr. Corcoran is a nationally known and respected speaker who has given presentations in 48 states and been features on 20/20, The Oprah Winfrey Show and in USA Today. A former advisory board member of the National Institute for Literacy, he is the founder of the John Corcoran Foundation which trains tutors and helps adult students learn to read.