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SEMC moves to virtual conference platform

March 14, 2020

Southeast Montessori Collective has announced the change from a live conference to a virtual conference format for the April 25 event, originally planned to be held in Atlanta, GA.

Participants will still receive their choice of CEU, AMS and/or Georgia professional development credit when they register for the pre-recorded workshops including the anticipated keynote delivered by Annie Frazer.

Raffles and giveaways from the generous sponsors of the conference will also be held during the virtual event.  Registrants will see a highly discounted participation fee of $50 for CEU certificates and $35 for the normal AMS/ Georgia credit.  More information can be found here.


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