SUMMIT PRE-CONFERENCE FULL-DAY COURSES FOR IN PERSON ONLY (April 23)
$625 — Early bird Rate available until February 1
$725 — Regular Rate available February 2 – April 14
SUMMIT PRE-CONFERENCE HALF-DAY COURSES FOR IN PERSON ONLY (April 23)
$315 — Early bird Rate available until February 1
$365 — Regular Rate available February 2 – April 14
Summit pre-conference courses will be offered for only in-person attendance. Pre-conference course registration provides you with access to a course on April 23 with continental breakfast and lunch.
SUMMIT GENERAL CONFERENCE (April 23–25)
In-person early bird rate until February 1
- $995 General
- $895 Group (5 or more General Attendees)
- $595 Full-Time Student
- $595 Full-Time K–12 Teacher
In-person rate available February 2 – April 23
- $1095 General
- $995 Group (5 or more General Attendees)
- $695 Full-Time Student
- $695 Full-Time K–12 Teacher
Remote early bird rate available until February 1
- $595 General
- $495 Group (5 or more)
- $395 Full-Time Student
- $395 Full-Time K–12 Teacher
Remote rate available until February 2 – April 23
- $695 General
- $595 Group (5 or more)
- $495 Full-Time Student
- $495 Full-Time K–12 Teacher
In-person general conference registration includes access to all keynotes, breakout sessions, and networking activities. As previously noted, pre-conference courses on April 23 require a separate registration fee.
Remote general conference registration includes livestream access to all keynotes and a select set of breakout sessions designed to engage both in-person and remote attendees.
Both in-person and remote general conference registration includes access to the Summit Digital Library, which will include session materials, resources, and a set of pre-recorded sessions.
April 23–25, 2023
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
A group of five or more general attendees registering together in a single registration transaction will automatically receive a discounted rate of $995 regular rate / $895 early bird rate per in-person attendee and $595 regular rate / $495 early bird rate per remote attendee. To access this rate, the primary contact (i.e., Group Leader) should register first, then click the “Add Group Member” button at the bottom of the registration summary page to add additional registrants to the group. The discount of $100 will be deducted from each person’s registration rate on the Payment page. The group discount cannot be applied retroactively, so be sure to register your entire group together at the same time.
Please note that the group discount cannot be combined with other special discounts or rates, nor does it apply to the pre-conference course registration fee.
FULL-TIME STUDENT RATE
Student registrations are available at the special rate of $695 regular / $595 early bird for in-person attendees and $495 regular / $395 early bird for remote attendees. Only full-time undergraduate or graduate students who are currently enrolled at an accredited, degree-granting college or university are eligible for the student rate. To access this rate, choose “Full-Time Student” from the dropdown menu on the registration system page where you will be prompted to enter your registration details.
To qualify for this rate, you must upload documentation verifying your status. Accepted documentation includes a student ID card (with the current academic year included or with a valid, unexpired expiration date) or an official schedule showing full-time enrollment. Your registration will remain pending while your documentation is reviewed.
FULL-TIME K–12 TEACHER RATE
Teacher registrations are available at the special rate of $695 regular / $595 early bird for in-person attendees and $495 regular / $395 early bird for remote attendees. Only full-time teachers at K–12 institutions are eligible for the teacher rate—that is, it does not apply to administrators at school sites or districts.
To access this rate, choose “Full-Time K–12 Teacher” from the dropdown menu on the registration system page where you will be prompted to enter your registration details. Accepted documentation includes a teacher ID card (with the current academic year included or with a valid, unexpired expiration date), an official schedule detailing your current teaching assignments, or an official letter confirming your status. Your registration will be pending while your documentation is reviewed.
Registration Policies for the 2023 Summit
Making Changes to Your Pre-Conference Registration
- Changing or transferring your pre-conference course
- You may change your pre-conference course selection if space permits, or transfer your pre-conference registration to another person by 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 17, 2023. Please note that some pre-conference courses require pre-work.
- Changes to your pre-conference course selection must be requested by emailing SummitReg@carnegiefoundation.org.
- Transfers must be requested by the original registrant, with the collaboration of the new registrant, using this form. The transfer is not complete until the new registrant receives a confirmation email from Summit Registration.
- Canceling your Pre-Conference Course Registration
- Cancellations requested by 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, March 27, 2023, will receive a full refund minus a $100 processing fee.
- Cancellations requested after 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, March 27, 2023, are ineligible for a refund.
Making Changes to Your General Conference Registration
- Mode of attendance
- You may change your mode of attendance—in-person or remote—at any time by emailing SummitReg@carnegiefoundation.org.
- From in-person registration to remote registration:
- Changes requested by 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 17, 2023, will be refunded the difference between registration fees minus a $100 processing fee.
- Changes requested after 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 17, 2023, are ineligible for a refund.
- From remote registration to in-person registration: You will be charged the fee difference between the remote and in-person registration.
- Transferring your general conference registration to another person
- If you are no longer able to attend the Summit—in-person or remotely—you may transfer your registration to someone else by 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 17, 2023.
- Canceling Your General Conference Registration
- Cancellations completed prior to 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 10, 2023, will receive a full refund minus a $100 processing fee.
- Cancellations completed after 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 10, 2023, are ineligible for a refund.
- Refunds may be granted after 11:59 p.m. PT on Monday, April 10, 2023, if a registrant is unable to attend the General Conference due to a family death, illness, or other extraordinary circumstance. In such a circumstance, these requests must be emailed to SummitReg@carnegiefoundation.org. Refunds will be subject to the $100 processing fee.
- Refunds are limited to conference fees paid and do not include any travel, lodging, transportation, or other fees paid independently of conference registration.
Change made by Carnegie Foundation to a fully remote conference
In the event that Carnegie Foundation needs to pivot to a fully virtual Summit, in-person registrants will be switched to remote registrants. Affected registrants will be eligible to receive a refund of the difference between the in-person and remote registration fees. If affected registrants choose to not participate remotely, they may cancel their registration and will be eligible for a full refund of their registration fees. All refund requests must be made by April 17, 2023 by emailing SummitReg@carnegiefoundation.org. The Carnegie Foundation is not responsible for travel, lodging, transportation, or other fees paid independently of conference registration.
Consent to Use Photographic Images
By registering and attending this event, you acknowledge that photographs, screenshots, and/or videos of you may be taken by our conference staff and/or hired photographers at any time. Furthermore, you grant the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching permission to use photographs, screenshots, and/or video of your likeness in any type of media, including websites and print publications, without compensation or reward.
Consent to Health and Safety Guidelines
By registering and attending this event, all in-person attendees agree to abide by the federal, state and/or local guidelines relative to COVID-19, or any other national health concern that may arise, as well as any additional precautions deemed necessary by Summit planners at the time of the event.
Consent to Use Registrant Information
The Carnegie Foundation may publish a list of event participants including your name, title, and organization as listed on the registration form. We will not publish your email address or phone information. As part of your Summit registration, you will be added to the Carnegie Foundation mailing list to receive Summit updates and other Carnegie events and news.
By registering for this event, you grant permission for the Carnegie Foundation to use your information for these purposes unless you have opted-out on the personal information page during the registration process. To opt-out of the Carnegie Foundation mailing list, simply unsubscribe directly from the email.
Disclaimer for Remote Registrants
The Carnegie Foundation may provide you online access to and use of the event via the internet by use of an attendee-provided browser or app. You are solely responsible for obtaining and maintaining at its own expense all equipment needed to access the event, including but not limited to Internet access and adequate bandwidth. These are the system requirements for using the Carnegie Summit Platform.
Statement of Liability
Except where prohibited by applicable law, the Carnegie Foundation does not bear any legal liability or responsibility for the safety or health of any attendee participating in this event. The Carnegie Foundation disclaims any liability for the acts of any outside entities related to this event.
The Carnegie Foundation shall not be liable for any delays or failure in performance or interruption of services resulting directly or indirectly from any cause or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of the Carnegie Foundation including but not limited to, acts of God, war, terrorism, failure of transportation, weather, accidents, fires, electrical failures, strikes, labor disputes, postal delays, explosions, pandemics and other contagions, and government orders or regulations. If the event is canceled or delayed, the Carnegie Foundation is not responsible for travel, lodging, transportation, or other fees paid independently of conference registration.