2024 NCARE Conference Theme:
Dismantling Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Identity Injustices in Education: Constructing Equitable Opportunities for All
February 15-16, 2024 at the Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport
The 2024 Conference Program Will Be Released Soon
Greensboro-High Point Marriott Airport
Address: 1 Marriott Dr Greensboro, NC
To reserve your room, contact the hotel and ask for the NCARE Group Rate.
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2024 NCARE Conference Call for Proposals
NCARE 2024: Dismantling Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Identity Injustices in Education:
Constructing Equitable Opportunities for All
Important proposal dates are:
September 25th: Proposal submissions opens
November 6th: Proposal submissions closes
November 11th: Conference registration opens
December 11th: Presentation status is sent to the authors
NCARE provides a forum for scholars at all stages of their careers to share research. For the 2024 NCARE Annual Meeting & Conference, we welcome proposal submissions of completed work or work in progress. The 2024 NCARE conference will have multiple formats for research presentations. Proposal authors can select from the following options:
- Paper presentation (for completed work only)
- Panel presentation
- Poster presentation (completed research or works in progress)
- Short Paper presentation (works in progress)
Proposal submissions will be accepted from today through the extended deadline of November 16th by 5pm. Guidelines vary depending on the presentation type. Review the proposal details and requirements here.
Please be prepared to attend the conference if you submit a proposal. We make every effort to accept all proposals and therefore will depend on your presentation to make our conference complete.
Thank you for your continued support of NCARE,
Dr. David Lynn, NCARE Board President
Dr. Sharon B. Lassiter, 2024 NCARE Conference Chair
Programs from past conferences can be accessed using the links below:
-2022 Conference Program, Virtual
- 2012 Conference Program, Winston-Salem