T4SJ Conference 2019

19th Annual Teaching for Social Justice Conference

with Special Keynote Speaker: Dr. Bettina Love

ON-LINE REGISTRATION for our 19th annual conference in San Francisco
Opens in June 2019

All conference participants must register!  Everyone is welcome!


Registration for the Conference is : FREE! (Donations of $20-$500 are accepted)

Saturday, October 6th, 2018 – 9:00am – 5:00pm
 John O’connell High School
2355 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Each year hundreds of educators both locally and nationally gather to network, explore empowering learning environments and develop a professional learning community.  We are excited to celebrate 18 years of building grassroots, peer-led professional development opportunities! 

If you have questions regarding the 2018 Conference, email us at t4sjsf@gmail.com.

*This conference is open and welcomes any and all of the following:

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Paraprofessionals, Administrators, Support Personnel
  • Parents and Youth
  • After-school Youth Workers and Youth Workers in general
  • Credential Candidates
  • Aspiring Educators
  • The Public!!

Commitment to Universal Access

Each year we work to better attend to issues of universal access.  This year we will be at John O’Connell High School, built in 2003.  We look forward to further dialogue with the larger community about additional steps to make our organization and its events more inclusive for all.

ASL interpreters will be on hand during the conference for keynote and general sessions.   We are still working on expanding that option for workshops and other parts of the day.  Please let us know how we can support you.
The event is wheelchair accessible.  There are elevators inside the building.
Point people for accessibility will be at registration and available throughout the day.  Extra chairs will also be reserved for participants with accessibility needs during workshops.

We welcome community support as we work to make the T4SJ conference work for all educators.  Please join us at a general meeting, or contact us through email.

In solidarity,