Mark C. Perna to Deliver Workshop at 2015 NCLA Best Practices

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CLEVELAND, OHIO, August 31, 2015 — Tools for Schools™ (TFS) announced that company founder Mark C. Perna will be presenting a preconference workshop at the 2015 NCLA Best Practices and Innovations Conference in Phoenix, AZ. The presentation is titled “How to Significantly Increase Enrollment, Retention and Performance — Now!” and will take place 8:30AM-11:30AM on Wednesday, September 23, 2015.

A dynamic speaker and recognized education expert, Mr. Perna has many years of experience helping schools, districts, businesses, and state organizations of all sizes nationwide experience significant gains in enrollment, engagement, retention, and performance rates. Mr. Perna has pioneered many national best practices for engaging and influencing more Generation Y and Z students in today’s competitive educational marketplace.

The workshop will cover recently developed material, including the TFS Education with Purpose™ philosophy, the Light at the End of the Tunnel strategy, key generational insights, the TFS Career Tree™ strategy and classroom tool, and other subjects relevant to 21st-century educators. The session is designed to be beneficial to staff in all areas of education, including high school and college administrators, teachers, and critical support staff members.

Interested parties may register for the 2015 NCLA Best Practices Conference here.

About Mark C. Perna and TFS
TFS, whose mission is to share and support its clients’ desire to make a difference, is a full-service strategic consulting firm founded by national workforce development expert Mark C. Perna. Mark, a noted voice on Generations Y and Z, has many years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and has devoted his career to education and workforce training. At TFS, Mark heads an energetic team of talented professionals who share his vision of making a bigger difference, working with educators and employers of all sizes nationwide to deliver significant gains in recruitment, retention, and performance rates.