UW-Green Bay’s Institute for Learning Partnership will kick off its 14th annual Fall Conference Thursday (Oct. 4), welcoming educators and others from throughout the area. Teachers, administrators, business professionals and the general public are welcome to attend all or part of the no-cost event, “Poverty, Prosperity and Education — The Shaping of a Community,” featuring education expert and author Regenia Rawlinson. Rawlinson will deliver her keynote address, “Creating a Climate and Culture for Learning,” at 7 p.m. Thursday. The conference wraps up early Friday afternoon. Full details.
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