Presented by Doris Zahner, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer, Council for Aid to Education; Leighann Lenti, Chief of Partnership, University of Virginia Partnership for Leaders in Education; and Matt Montaño, Superintendent, Bernalillo Public Schools (NM)
Presented by Celina Bertoncini, Ninth-Grade STEAM Teacher, Brooklyn Emerging Leaders Academy (BELA) Charter School (NY)
Presented by Kristina Smekens, President and Lead Consultant, Smekens Education
Moderated by Courtney Gordon, Literacy Consultant, Smekens Education
Presented by Mark Wreath, CTE Director, Vancouver Public Schools (WA); Enrique Medina, Ph.D., Director of Career Readiness, Pomona Unified School District (CA); and Renda Songer, Teaching & Learning Consultant, Region 10 Education Service Center (TX)
Moderated by Gabe Soumakian, Ed.D., Retired Superintendent, Consultant, Sup Du Jour Consulting Group
Presented by Sabrina Manville, Co-Founder and COO, Edmit, and former AVP, Southern New Hampshire University; and Seth Brecher, School Partnerships Lead, Edmit, and former College Summit Teacher and Department Chair, Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Large school districts in different parts of the United States have now developed systematic ways to increase diverse students’ access to advanced courses, and the districts are also providing other important aspects of an equitable education that prepares the students for 21st century careers.
In this edWebinar, Timothy D. Kanold, Ph.D. explores the essential elements of high school mathematics month-by-month unit planning. How do we deliver a college and career readiness curriculum during a pandemic?
In Part 2 of this edLeader Panel series, Digital Promise will be joined by three workers from retail, healthcare, and social services to discuss how workers view the “talent pipeline,” and what they need to access and participate in upskilling and job opportunities.
In this edLeader Panel, Digital Promise partners with community leaders in adult education, higher education, and workforce development to share what it takes to spur a movement toward more effective collaboration and data sharing to better serve workers.
Be your own boss. An enticing dream that is achievable with honed business know-how. It’s a career journey that can actually start in school through programs that prepare learners for future entrepreneurial roles in a continually evolving workforce. In EVERFI’s edWebinar, “A Shark Tank State of Mind: Empowering an Entrepreneurial Mindset,” educators shared strategies for developing the capabilities and mindset students should embrace to become entrepreneurs.