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Home > Conferences and Training > Conference Proceedings > Proceedings from Children 2004: CWLA's 2004 National Conference

 
 

Order an interactive CD-ROM of CWLA's 2004 National Conference proceedings

Were You There?
  • Did you hear U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) propose major new legislation on kinship care?
  • Did you sit in awe as Charlie Appelstein chronicled the life of "Gus"?
  • Did you shed a tear while former Hearst CEO Bob Danzig recounted his growing up in the system?
  • Did you run between 147 workshop sessions trying to collect presenter handouts?
Get all the session information you missed on one CD-ROM for the low price of $99 for CWLA member agencies or $149 for nonmembers, plus shipping!

To order your interactive CD-ROM from The Sound of Knowledge:*
  • Download an order form, fill it out, and follow the ordering instructions.

  • Contact The Sound of Knowledge at
    7964 Arjons Drive, Suite F
    San Diego CA 92126
    Call 858/635-5969
    Fax 858/635-5974
*Note: This CD-ROM cannot be ordered through CWLA or our 800 number for book and giftable purchases.


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