2017 Fall CAEP Conference
September 24-26, 2017
Washington, D.C.
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Registering for CAEPCon is easy, whether you register in advance online or onsite in Washington, D.C. Advanced online registrations qualify for a discount when groups of three (3) or more attendees register at the same time! 

Registration Guidelines

Conference Registration Costs

$635 - Online registration, available until August 25, 2017

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$695 – Onsite Registration

$200 – Postconference workshop

Attending with a group? Save even more when you register together!

Group Size Discounted Rate Group Savings Early Registration Savings
1 Individual $635 per person  n/a  $60
2 Individuals $635 per person n/a 
$120
3 Individuals $575 per person $180 $360 
4 Individuals
$520 per person
$460  $700 
5 Individuals
$470 per person
$825 $1,125 
6+ Individuals
$425 per person
$1,260+ $1,620+

*Note: These costs include conference registration only. Hotel, travel, and postconference workshops are separate.

NEW! Postconference Workshops

Postconference workshops offer a deeper focus on important topics. These workshops are held after the main conference programming concludes. Attending a workshop is a great opportunity to apply what you’ve learned at CAEPCon to your provider’s unique circumstances, so come ready to work!

Two workshops will be offered at the 2017 Fall CAEP Conference:

  • The CAEP Accreditation Review Process: A Workshop for EPPs Working Toward CAEP Accreditation | with CAEP Staff
    The single CAEP Accreditation process will begin with educator preparation providers (EPPs) with site visits starting in fall 2019. This workshop will be geared toward preparing EPPs to write their self-study report aligned with CAEP Standards.

  • Evidence Sufficiency and the CAEP Standards
    This workshop is an opportunity to learn what constitutes sufficient and valid evidence to meet the five CAEP Standards. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of how to apply and analyze both proprietary and EPP-created assessments to provide multiple measure for successfully meeting standards. The group will engage in discussions on validity and reliability of instruments and evidence sufficiency criteria.

Both postconference workshops will be presented in two sequential parts: Part 1 is Monday, September 25 during the afternoon; Part 2 is Tuesday, September 26 during the morning. Please plan your travel and lodging accordingly. 

Only one workshop can be attended per participant, as all workshops run concurrently, so please only register for one workshop per attendee. Please note seating is limited, so be sure to register early!