Teachers Who Pray would love for you to attend our 5th Annual TWP Conference — “Teaching in the Emergency Room” — on Saturday, April 7th.
We are so thrilled to have Dr. Stan Sonu, a medical doctor at Cook County Hospital, deliver a keynote presentation on trauma and its impact on a student’s body, mind, and spirit. In addition, we will spotlight Candace Moore, a civil rights attorney who will explain how childhood trauma has affected outcomes in K-12 education and the criminal justice system.
We will also have breakout sessions led by Chicago teachers and administrators who specialize in trauma-informed instruction and school leadership. An anointed songstress; a musician; and prayer warriors will take us deeper into worship and communion with God. I will moderate a panel on why Teachers Who Pray needs to exist and why YOU should join this spiritual-professional movement to fix our schools.
All registrations include a continental breakfast and lunch. Remember: early bird registration ends Friday, March 16th and is just $30. If you know you’re coming, why wait until the last minute?
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Thank you, and I look forward to seeing you all on April 7th!
Founder and CEO
Teachers Who Pray, Inc.
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