One Voice 2009 International Conference and Forum San Francisco (OneVoiceSanFrancisco)
|Event Date/Time: Jul 17, 2009||End Date/Time: Jul 19, 2009|
|Registration Date: Jun 17, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: May 16, 2009|
|Abstract Submission Date: May 31, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: May 31, 2009|
experts in education, intentional educators focused on positive change. No keynote speakers guide the philosophy
or set the agenda of any One Voice conference. Rather, all one Voice events are designed as platform upon which
educators voices are amplified, joined, and focused on the most significant issues in education as defined by the
One Voice events are not just about interesting, scholarly concurrent sessions, networking on a global scale, truly
excellent food, and stay in beautiful locations and venues, although they include all of these things. One Voice
events are an experience, remembered long after, during which brainstorming sessions, and lively discussions are
culminated in a stimulating general forum at which the practical solutions gleaned from the event are shared and
expanded upon. The distillation of all of the contributions of One Voice attendees are being incorporated into the
Declaration of Equity and Excellence in Education. This critical document, following in the footsteps of the one
developed by the Continental Congress in 1774, is intended to set a new global; standard for the implementation of
education processes on its completion. In addition, One Voice promotes the work presented at such events, making
it available in the One Voice Presentation Library, and soon, will expand this effort through published yearbooks
distributed on a global basis. .
Sprinkled throughout One Voice events are unexpected theatrical moments performed by One Voice attendees, as
well as local entertainment and/or cultural experiences. Carefully selected exhibitors bring their best products and
services for the information and enjoyment of attendees.
At a One Voice event, attendees are appreciated, admired, supported and warmly welcomed as the valuable,
learned individuals they are.