Catapult Learning Attends 46th Annual PAFPC Conference – Champion, PA – May 3-6th, 2015

Catapult Learning Attends 46th Annual PAFPC Conference – Champion, PA – May 3-6th, 2015 

Catapult Learning  is proud to be a sponsor of the PAFPC Conference held at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Champion, Pennsylvania from May 3 to May 6th, 2015.

Catapult Learning is proud to be a sponsor of the 46th Annual Pennsylvania Association of Federal Program Coordinators (PAFPC) Conference, “Onward and Upward Taking Our Students Further.” The conference will be held Sunday through Wednesday, May 3-May 6, 2015, at the Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Champion, Pennsylvania. Members of the Catapult Learning management team attending the conference include: Bill Backall, Territory Vice President of Operations; Susan Page, Regional Director for Bucks County; Joanie Mahoney, Area Manager for Philadelphia ; Jennifer Maull, Regional Director for Philadelphia; and Andrew Kenger, Director of Achievement.

PAFPC logoDuring the conference, a presentation booth will be set up showcasing Catapult Learning’s products. Andrew Kenger will present a session on Tuesday, May 5th from 8:45 to 9:45AM; his presentation, “Using  eValuate™ to Enhance Data-Driven Instruction,” will explore the data analysis cycle and provide an overview of Catapult Learning’s cutting-edge online formative assessment tool.  Tuesday evening, Catapult Learning will sponsor a pizza party for conference attendees from 8:30-11:30PMin the Matterhorn Lounge.

For over 35 years, Catapult Learning has helped Pennsylvania’s Title I directors, superintendents, and other school administrators get more from their Title I and other federal and state resources. From rigorous instructional programs to customized professional learning that builds capacity and transforms instruction, Catapult Learning offers research-based, systematic solutions that ensure college and career readiness in every student.

 

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