National Tutoring Association
14th Annual Conference


April 8 - 12, 2006
Westin South Coast Plaza
Costa Mesa, CA

Catch the Wave: Trends and Traditions in Tutoring

The National Tutoring Association (NTA) is a group of over 3700
individuals and organizations that are devoted to supporting students
achieve success through tutoring.  Our membership includes anyone who is
interested in tutoring, such as peer tutors, paraprofessional tutors,
professional tutors, literacy volunteers, tutor trainers and
administrators, and private tutors.  Our membership includes elementary
schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities, community
programs, faith based programs, and NCLB providers.

The Officers, Board of Directors and Members of the National Tutoring
Association invite you to submit proposals for our 14th Annual
Conference. We ask you to join your colleagues in an exchange of ideas
and expertise in tutoring. We welcome proposals that expand the
discipline in all areas regarding: recruiting, training, and retaining
tutors; current trends in practice and research; use of technology;
understanding the law; tutoring special populations; online tutoring;
grant writing; learning preferences; improving tutorial leadership for
directors and coordinators; conflict management; building and marketing
private or community programs; basic nuts and bolts of tutoring; and
motivating students.

Please feel free to contact us at [log in to unmask] to receive The NTA
2006 Proposal Submission form.  Please visit our web site for complete
conference registration and hotel information (

Michael S. Chambers
NTA President

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