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Washington D.C.   April 12–13, 2013


National Forum on School Improvement

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The National Forum on School Improvement will convene the top practitioners, experts, and policy-makers to clarify what is working to improve low-performing schools. This Forum will share best practices on three critical phases of school improvement:

  1. Creating a leadership team and high-performing culture of trust
  2. Implementing effective teaching system-wide
  3. Sustaining the success.

Brought to you by the HOPE Foundation in partnership with the NEA, AASA and NPLI.

Register Today!
Call 1-800-627-0232
Arlington, VA 22202
Ask about our team discounts

Hilton Crystal City
2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 418-6800

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SPECIFICALLY, SCHOOL AND BUILDING LEADERSHIP TEAMS WILL LEARN:


  • What are School and District Roles in Sustaining Success
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Title I
  • Top strategies for School-Level Improvement Practices
  • A Dozen Teaching/Learning Practices: Evaluations and Common Core
  • A process for creating high-performing Leadership Teams
  • Tips on using an External Provider
  • The Anatomy of School Turnaround
  • How to begin a Network of Schools to Scale and Sustain best practices
  • The steps to building a Culture of Relational Trust

INVITED PRESENTERS:


Dennis Van Roekel Warren Simmons Charles P. Rose
Dennis Van Roekel
President
National Education Association
Warren Simmons
Executive Director
Annenberg Institute for School
Reform at Brown University
Charles P. Rose
Former General Counsel
U.S. Department of Education
Michael Haggen Jo Anderson Jr. Andy Hargreaves
Michael Haggen
Deputy Superintendent for
Innovation and Reform
East Baton Rouge Parish
School System
Jo Anderson Jr.
Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Education
U.S. Department of Education
Andy Hargreaves
Thomas More Brennan Chair
Lynch School of Education
Boston College
Deborah Delisle randi Alan Blankstein
Deborah Delisle
Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education
U.S. Department of Education
Randi Weingarten
President
American Federation of Teachers
Alan M. Blankstein
Award-winning Author of
Failure Is Not an Option®
and
The Answer Is in the Room



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