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Don’t Be Overwhelmed! Navigating Back to School Priorities

Monday August 29, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

back to school priorities

Presented by Kevin Baird, Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit EdCenter: The Center for College & Career Readiness
Sponsored by EdCenter

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Don’t be overwhelmed! Each fall begins another school year with a new set of priorities, initiatives, and things to learn. In this research-driven session, Kevin Baird (Chairman, non-profit Center for College & Career Readiness) leads us to understand how a handful of best practices can become the core instructional answer to almost any new “priority.” Focusing on Power Practices for Learning Acceleration, Kevin gives teachers hope that the coming school year can be successful AND smooth sailing.

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Kevin Baird is our series presenter. He serves as Chairman of the Board at the nonprofit EdCenter: The Center for College & Career Readiness, which focuses on creating sustainable capacity in schools for job-ready learning outcomes for all students. Kevin is a self-identified library nerd who always has a paperback for take-off and landing as he travels the globe.

 

 

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ed center edcenterThe nonprofit EdCenter: The Center for College & Career Readiness focuses on creating sustainable capacity in schools for job-ready learning outcomes for all students.

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