In this edWebinar, hear how new master scheduling can be used to make sure all students participate in college and career readiness.
This edWebinar will provide participants with a step-by-step guide to reimagining your schedule for college and career readiness.
In this edWebinar, the panelists will demonstrate the value of assessing your master scheduling data, what insights can be drawn, and how to use these insights to help achieve your district’s strategic priorities.
In a recent edWebinar hosted by edWeb.net, Amy Filsinger, Head of School Success, Mike Rettberg, Professional Services Lead, and Chris Walsh, Head of Impact from Always Be Learning (Abl) agreed that student-centered scheduling ensures that ALL students get the classes they want and need. You can almost be guaranteed to see a large magnet board with its color-coded magnets in most school buildings. Filsinger stresses that “every year, there is roughly $10 million dollars being managed on a magnet board with post it notes, and expo markers.”
In this edWebinar, learn how innovative districts leverage master scheduling as a transformational tool to address equity and access and more.