Improving schools requires an intentional, continuous process. To give learners the best possible learning experiences, leaders must strategically map out plans that engage multiple stakeholders in driving change.
Presented by Penny Ciaburri, Vice President and General Manager, PLC Associates, a Scholarus Learning Company; Dr. Lisa Adams, Deputy Superintendent of Academics and School Leadership, Temple Independent School District (TX); Brian Pulvino, Superintendent, Fulton City School District (NY); and Michael Imburgia, State Project Director for K-12 District/School Continuous Improvement, Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13
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Helping students resume their learning progress as they emerge from the pandemic may require more than academic intervention or acceleration. In cities such as Baltimore, MD and Lexington, KY, school districts have recognized the importance of considering the whole child and using community and family engagement programs to provide comprehensive support.
Presented by Andrea Gonzalez Kirwin, Chief Academic Officer, ASPIRA; Christian Adair, Student/Family Transitional Support and Dropout Prevention Specialist, Fayette County Public Schools (KY); Dr. Shadae Harris, Chief Engagement Officer, Richmond Public Schools (VA); Tina Hike-Hubbard, Chief of Communications, Engagement and Enrollment, Baltimore City Public Schools (MD); and Dwaine Millard, Senior VP, General Manager, Scholastic
Presented by Fawn Nguyen, Teacher on Special Assignment, Rio School District (CA)
Presented by David Horton, Implementation Planning and Analytics Director, Imagine Learning
What’s that they say about a silver lining? It looks like COVID-19 has one in the education sphere. Despite myriad challenges schools faced during the pandemic, many will come out of it with richer approaches to teaching and learning.
Presented by Amanda Patterson, Ed.D., National Director, Academic Planning and Analytics, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; and Garth Harries, Managing Partner, International Center for Leadership in Education
Presented by Dr. Bonnie Cochran, Director of Academic Planning and Analytics, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; and Noelle Morris, Senior Director of Community Engagement, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt