Last Updated on Friday, 04 October 2013 18:50

The ninth annual National Conference of Governors' Schools will explore school reform and the roles of Governors' Schools as a modern "Renaissance in Learning". A special preconference session on educational reform and technology, hosted by Duquesne University, will set the stage for the three-day conference. The days and evenings will be filled with outstanding speakers, sessions, discussions and entertainment, providing the opportunity for all participants to return to their home states with renewed vigor, stimulating ideas and reinforced commitment to serve the talented students of the Governors' Schools.

Who Should Attend?
The 1995 National Conference of Governors' Schools is designed for directors, faculty and sponsors of Governors' Schools; directors, faculty, alumni and sponsors of magnet and charter schools; directors, faculty and sponsors of programs for the gifted; all persons whose interest is in meeting the needs of the gifted and talented; and all educators who promote school reform and who are seeking model programs for all public schools.

Outcomes
The outcomes of the 1995 National Conference of Governors' Schools will touch not only those in attendance and, in turn, their students, but also will have an impact on national and state initiatives in school reform, as the Governors' Schools set the standard by which excellence is measured. These are:

Special Highlights and Events

Keynote Speakers

Program Schedule

Outstanding Events

Special Sessions