Nebraska State Literacy Conference 2019
Registration for Conference 2019 is now open. Register here for Conference and Banquet
We have Confirmed Featured Speakers Listed on Invited Speakers Page! Click HERE!
Or follow the changes on the Conference Updates, 2019
Thursday At a Glance
Friday At a Glance
Save the Date Flyer for you to share with Colleagues and Administrators
FEBRUARY 21-22, 2019
Join us at the annual conference & exhibits where we host incredible
authors, speakers, and vendors who teach and remind us why literacy matters at all levels.
This is the best collaboration on literacy presented in our state!
Starting July 1, 2018
Our New Name
Nebraska State Literacy Association
A Message from our President, Karen Heafer about the name change.
NSLA is about “Promoting Literacy Across Nebraska through Collaboration, Advocacy and Professional Development”. We will be providing articles, resources, and videos from conference-featured speakers, NSLA Officers and Committee Chairs, Nebraska Department of Education personnel, Nebraska literacy experts and much more. We hope that you will join our Literacy Network by signing up to receive our blog in your email.
This is an exciting time for our association. We are in the process of renewing ourselves with full affiliation with the International Literacy Association. As part of this renewal, we will be officially changing our name this summer to the Nebraska State Literacy Association. We will be reviewing our mission, goals and by-laws. We are anticipating many new ideas during the transition to support our members and the benefits to belonging to NSLA.
Please be patient as we will transition from NSRA to NSLA. Thank You!
Join Our Literacy Network
NSLA is about “Promoting Literacy Across Nebraska through Collaboration, Advocacy and Professional Development”
Our Blog will be providing articles, resources, and videos from conference featured speakers, NSLA Officers and Committee Chairs, Nebraska
Department of Education personnel, Nebraska literacy experts, and much more.
Click Here to read NSLA Blog