2017 Everyone Reading Conference

 2017 Everyone Reading Annual Conference

March 13 - 14, 2017

CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave. @ 34th Street

New York, NY

Everyone Reading invites you to attend our
44th Annual Conference on Dyslexia and Related Learning Disabilities
Learn new strategies from noted experts in the field and experience the latest in teaching resources, technologies, schools and programs.

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 Postmarked ON or BEFORE
February 7, 2017
 Postmarked AFTER
extended to February 7,  2017
  Attendee Student** CUNY
Attendee Student**
Full - 2 Days  $330  $180  $150 |        $380
1 Day
 $280  $140  $125  |        $330  $170  $150

Note: Everyone Reading is no longer a membership organization.  
Current members through September 30, 2016, will be emailed a special link
enabling them to receive the discontinued member rate.”


You can click YES to register additional attendees in your group or register separately. Just be sure everyone enters the the group discount code to receive the group discount.
  • Groups of 5 - 9:  Receive 15% off per person - Code: Group5
  • Groups of 10 or more: Receive 20% off per person - Code: Group10
  • NYC Dept of Education Personnel have a special contract rate, only if registration is done thru a NYCDOE Purchase Order.  Please talk to your principal or call Everyone Reading at 917-903-2648.

**Proof of full-time student status is required.
***Proof of CUNY student status is required.

Ticket Price includes all day access to the Exhibit Hall

NOTE:  Everyone Reading does not provide Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).  However, we will provide a certificate of attendance for each day of the conference. 
Everyone Reading will not provide lunch, nor will there be a set lunch time.  There is a cafeteria at the CUNY Graduate Center and many restaurants nearby.


Keynote Address – Dyalekt – Literacy Begins with the Beat!

Dyalekt is an MC, educator, playwright, actor and radio host from St. Croix, USVI. He has promoted and celebrated the power of the spoken word in schools and on stages around the world. He uses his unique brand of Hip Hop education to empower students from grades K-Grad school, and provides training for teachers, writers, performers and professionals. He's the co-host of Brunch & Budget on Bondfire Radio, and has recently been using that platform to teach Hip Hop and finance workshops to high school and college students. His curricula are rap albums/are plays, and he is a member of the Public Theater's Emerging Writer's group as well as a Hip Hop artist with several records and tours under his belt. He wants to cypher with you. Dyalekt.com twitter: @dyalektraps

Commissioner, New York State Division of Human Rights

Helen Diane Foster was appointed by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to head New York 
Division of Human Rights. In her capacity as Commissioner, Ms. Foster is responsible for the enforcement of New York State’s Human Rights law, the oldest such law in the country.  Under her leadership, the Division has made substantial progress such as the elimination of case backlog. Commissioner Foster is able to deliver Governor Cuomo’s message of the importance of the Human Rights Law through her public engagements throughout the State. She is called on to represent the State and the Governor is different capacities.

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Foster served in the New York City Council for 11 years, representing the 16th District in Bronx County. As Council member, she represented 170,000 constituents at City Hall, was responsible for passing legislation, approving New York City’s $70 billion budget, attending Council hearings as well as community meetings, and for being an advocate for the under-served and underrepresented people of New York City.

Ms. Foster has participated on numerous panel discussions about her own struggles with dyslexia. Speaking about dyslexia is one of her passions.  She especially enjoys speaking to children with dyslexia.  In addition, Ms. Foster is often called upon to speak at churches, schools and community events.  She uses speaking engagements as a tool to empower communities and encourage youth through access to information.