16th Annual ESOL Conference: Advocate, Advance, Achieve

The Bagwell College of Education at Kennesaw State University and the Georgia Department of Education Title III department host this annual three day conference in February. Last year at the 15th Annual ESOL Conference there were 1,245 attendees from 101 city and county school districts in Georgia. One of the reasons our conference is a success and continues to grow is because it is a conference by teachers for teachers. Our attendees walk away from sessions with new innovative practical ideas and strategies they can go back to their classroom and implement.

The 2017 ESOL Conference will take place from January 31st - February 2nd, 2017

 We look forward to seeing you there!

 2017 KSU ESOL Conference Program

2017 ESOL Conference Survey

Winners from the survey: 

Lindsay Early, Cobb Co Schools

Lynda Fouquette, Buford City Schools

Holly Johnson, Crawford County Schools

Cheryl Keadle, Upson Schools

Kristy Montgomery, Cartersville City Schools

Joanna Thomas, Fulton County Schools


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  • Don't forget early registration ends December 18 for the 15th Annual ESOL Conference!
  • Winning raffle tickets: 840626, 840341, 840677, 840335, 840442, 840543, 840457, 840623, 840314, 840633
  • Session changes: Learning through Talking at 9:50 in room 225. ESOL Teacher as Trainer at 11:10 I. Room 174 and at 1:30 in room 460.
  • If you are driving a purple Sonata, you left your lights on.