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Education R&D: Innovating Solutions for Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities

The Alliance for Learning Innovation (ALI) is excited to host a Congressional briefing to highlight the significant social, economic, and competitive benefits of sustained federal funding in education research and development (R&D). Amid historic lows in student academic outcomes and record-high absenteeism, the nation’s education R&D infrastructure is essential for informing and advancing evidence-based teaching

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Superintendents of Color Leading with Excellence

EdTrust and AASA, the School Superintendents Association, host a panel of Black women superintendents discussing how they meet students’ social, emotional, and academic development needs. The event, “Superintendents of Color Leading with Excellence,” marks the 70th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision and May as Mental Health Awareness month. It will uplift

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College Facts, Myths, & More: Understanding the College Admissions Process from the High School and College Perspective

If you are the family of a current 10th or 11th grade student, this free webinar is for you! Please join Dana Ponsky, our Senior College Admissions Counselor, and Nick Orban, Special Assistant to the Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management at the University of Maryland, as they partner to provide families practical and strategic

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Improving Your 2024-2025 Mathematics Program

How school and district leaders can prepare this summer for the 2024/25 school year. During this 1-hour webinar, trusted K-12 national mathematics expert Dr. Timothy D. Kanold will provide research-affirmed protocols to guide your school, district, or department in proactively preparing for the upcoming 2024–2025 school year. Identify previous grade-level standards not yet Determine where

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Webinar: Early College as a Postsecondary Success Strategy

Exploring the transformative power of Early College as a Postsecondary Success Strategy. This session will delve into the benefits and opportunities of Early College programs in preparing students for success beyond high school. We’ll showcase the pioneering work of Leadership Network in Mass, alongside leading researchers and practitioners from Boston Public Schools to demonstrate the

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Spring Into Success: Closing Strong for A Successful Upcoming School Year

April showers may bring May flowers, but in the education world, April and May bring their own unique challenges and opportunities. This time of year, school and district leaders are straddling two realities- one that closes out the current school year strong and another that prepares for the upcoming school year with all the opportunities

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Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar: Supporting Students with Learning Differences in College and Beyond

Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar: Supporting Students with Learning Differences in College and Beyond Date: Wednesday May 1st 7:00 p.m. EST Co-hosted online with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, CT). Speakers: Lawrence Berliner, Connecticut Special Education Law Attorney Jane Faherty, Stamford JCC JumpStart Program Executive Director & Special Education Advocate Tabitha Mancini, Director at

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Ready, Set, JAHM!

Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM) is in May! Join ICS, the Weitzman National Museum of AmericanJewish History, and the Contemporary Jewish Museum for a 60-minute professional learning workshop. You’llunderstand the history and significance of JAHM and gain student-ready resources that explore Jewish American identity, history, and experience.

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EnrollSmart: Unlocking Success Through Strategic Student Enrollment

Would you like to establish a comprehensive strategy for efficiently recruiting and enrolling students for the upcoming school year? Managing student recruitment and enrollment can be challenging for many schools, especially when dealing with various other responsibilities. School professionals often find themselves stretched thin, trying to balance these competing priorities. We’re here to help! Schedule

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Operational Excellence Intensive: Summer Boot Camp for Ops Professionals

Unleash the Power of School Operations! Join our dynamic 2-day virtual Summer Boot Camp for school operations professionals. Gain vital skills in communication, team management, customer service, student recruitment, time and task management and so much more. Plus, access exclusive tools and resources including templates, guides, and expert insights to supercharge your school’s efficiency and

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Operational Excellence Intensive: Summer Boot Camp for Ops Professionals

Unleash the Power of School Operations! Join our dynamic 2-day virtual Summer Boot Camp for school operations professionals. Gain vital skills in communication, team management, customer service, student recruitment, time and task management and so much more. Plus, access exclusive tools and resources including templates, guides, and expert insights to supercharge your school’s efficiency and

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Can’t Be Erased

The call to provide every student with a culturally relevant curriculum in a safe, inclusive environment has never been more pressing. Book bans and policies that limit school learning materials that discuss race, gender, and identity not only stifle academic growth but also obscure students’ understanding of diverse cultures both in the U.S. and the

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Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar: Special Education Law and Advocacy

Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar Special Education Law and Advocacy Roundtable Date: Tuesday March 19th 2024 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. EST Register here on Zoom: https://bit.ly/87325T Co-hosted online with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, CT). Speakers: Attorney Lawrence Berliner, Connecticut Special Education Law Jane Faherty, Stamford JCC JumpStart Program Executive Director & Special Education Advocate Allie

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Supporting Postsecondary Readiness in Rural Communities

Join our upcoming webinar, ” Supporting Postsecondary Readiness in Rural Communities,” for a deep dive into rural districts’ college and career readiness challenges. We will hear from Dr. Aaron Thompson, President, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) and Dr. Lynette Balkcom, Director of the Rural CCMR Accelerator Program at Texas Impact Network, on system-level strategies

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Raising a Well-Balanced Child

Join us as we discuss research-based strategies for raising healthy preschoolers and early elementary-age children. We’ll explore how to encourage autonomy, cultivate resilience, and promote well-being. We’ll share tips to establish practices in our families and schools that buffer against negative pressures that may interfere with healthy child development. Perfect for Educators and Parents/Caregivers of

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If You Build It: Preparing Talent & Employers for Impactful Internships and More Inclusive Workplaces

The Opportunity Network ignites the drive, curiosity, and agency of underrepresented students on their paths to and through college and into thriving careers, powered by our commitment to access and community. We invite you to join us for an interactive, in-person workshop in Washington, D.C. If You Build It: Preparing Talent & Employers for Impactful Internships

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The Writing Revolution Overview Webinar

With the focus intensifying on evidence-based reading practices, it’s crucial that writing instruction is not excluded from the conversation. When students write about what they are learning, it improves their understanding of texts, deepens their thinking about content, and builds background knowledge and vocabulary. During this webinar, TWR’s co-CEO, Dr. Dina Zoleo, and Associate Director

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Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar: Postsecondary Transition for Students with an IEP

Finding Your Voice as a Parent Webinar: Navigating the Challenges of Transition Planning from High School & Beyond for Students with an IEP Date: Tuesday February 13th 7:00 p.m. EST Register here on Zoom: https://bit.ly/52A12C Co-hosted online with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, CT) Speakers: Attorney Lawrence Berliner, Connecticut Special Education Law Jane Faherty, Stamford JCC JumpStart

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Teaching Kindergarten Conference: Where Did the Garden Go? Creating a Classroom with Purpose, Connection, Compassion, and Joy

This year’s two-day online conference—“Creating a Classroom with Purpose, Connection, Compassion, and Joy”—will be held on Friday, March 8 from 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET and Saturday, March 9 from 10:30 AM – 3:30 PM ET. DescriptionHow do kindergarten teachers support all children to become resilient and compassionate learners in these challenging times?  What

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Innovators for Impact Virtual Field Trip with Olympian Katie Ledecky and Panasonic

Take a trip overseas with 3-time Olympian, 21-time World Champion, and 10-time Olympic medal-winning swimmer Katie Ledecky as she visits a future-forward region of Japan where sustainable science is being used to transform everyday life for the better. Students will explore ways that exciting innovations in robotics, smart mobility solutions, and renewal energy are being

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Institute for K-12 Educators: American Women, American Citizens: 1920-1948

The New-York Historical Society is delighted to announce its 2024 teacher institute, which will convene 30 teachers in grades K-12 and seven guest scholars to explore American women’s lived experiences in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. This hybrid institute will combine synchronous virtual sessions with two exciting weeks at the New-York Historical Society in New

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Moving Beyond Red, Yellow, Green: Providing Actionable Feedback to Students

You’re doing building walkthroughs and walk into a 4th grade classroom during data meetings. Jasmine, a student in the class, took her math assessment last week and is sitting down to have her scheduled data meeting with her teacher. Her teacher says she’s “yellow” in math now and last time she was “red.” Jasmine and

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Principals as Catalysts: Driving Change through Effective Feedback

This session is crafted for school principals who aspire to become catalysts for positive change and growth in their educational environments. It emphasizes the critical role of effective feedback in fostering professional development, enhancing teaching practices, and leading organizational change. Participants will explore advanced communication strategies, learn to create a culture of continuous feedback, and

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Shaping a Community of Lifelong Learners: A Principal’s Role

This session is specifically designed for school principals, focusing on the pivotal role of leadership in shaping a vibrant culture of lifelong learning within schools. Participants will delve into how their leadership style and approach can significantly influence the learning environment, inspiring continuous intellectual growth among staff and students. The workshop will provide actionable strategies

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TECHSPO Dallas 2024 Technology Expo (Internet ~ Mobile ~ AdTech ~ MarTech ~ SaaS)

Where Business, Tech and Innovation Collide in Dallas! TECHSPO Dallas 2024 is your chance to …– Experience a safe and intimate gathering with business professionals in a clean and hygienic environment.– Check out exhibitors showcasing the next generation of technology & innovation.– Be inspired, amazed and educated on how these evolving technologies will impact your

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The Intersection of Reading and Writing – Research to Practice Symposium

The AIM Institute for Learning & Research will host The Intersection of Reading and Writing, its 12th Annual Research to Practice Symposium, on Monday, March 11, 2024. This free, virtual learning opportunity includes live-stream access to learn about the important connection between reading and writing and how educators can incorporate evidence-based research into classroom practice

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NJ Department of Education – Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development Educator Series

The New Jersey Department of Education is proud to present a groundbreaking Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development, organized in collaboration with Children’s Literacy Initiative. This comprehensive seven-part series is designed to equip educators with the latest tools and strategies for advancing foundational literacy instruction. This opportunity is open to New Jersey K-3 educators in Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties.

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NJ Department of Education – Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development Educator Series

The New Jersey Department of Education is proud to present a groundbreaking Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development, organized in collaboration with Children’s Literacy Initiative. This comprehensive seven-part series is designed to equip educators with the latest tools and strategies for advancing foundational literacy instruction. This opportunity is open to New Jersey K-3 educators in Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties.

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NJ Department of Education – Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development Educator Series

The New Jersey Department of Education is proud to present a groundbreaking Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development, organized in collaboration with Children’s Literacy Initiative. This comprehensive seven-part series is designed to equip educators with the latest tools and strategies for advancing foundational literacy instruction. This opportunity is open to New Jersey K-3 educators in Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties.

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NJ Department of Education – Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development Educator Series

The New Jersey Department of Education is proud to present a groundbreaking Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development, organized in collaboration with Children’s Literacy Initiative. This comprehensive seven-part series is designed to equip educators with the latest tools and strategies for advancing foundational literacy instruction. This opportunity is open to New Jersey K-3 educators in Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem counties.

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NJ Department of Education – Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development Educator Series

The New Jersey Department of Education is proud to present a groundbreaking Foundational Literacy Instruction Professional Development, organized in collaboration with Children’s Literacy Initiative. This comprehensive seven-part series is designed to equip educators with the latest tools and strategies for advancing foundational literacy instruction. This virtual educator series will be held over several weeks, providing

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How Entrepreneurship Kick-Started my Future

Join a conversation about the power of entrepreneurship education!  In this virtual session, you’ll hear firsthand from high school grads who credit entrepreneurship education programs with helping them discover their future. INCubatoredu alumni will share personal perspectives on how high school entrepreneurship profoundly influenced their lives beyond graduation, propelling them toward success in their careers,

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How Entrepreneurship Kick-Started my Future

Join a conversation about the power of entrepreneurship education!  In this virtual discussion, you’ll hear firsthand from high school grads who credit entrepreneurship education programs with helping them discover their future. INCubatoredu alumni will share personal perspectives on how high school entrepreneurship profoundly influenced their lives beyond graduation, propelling them toward success in their careers,

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How Entrepreneurship Kick-Started my Future

Join a conversation about the power of entrepreneurship education!  In this virtual discussion, you’ll hear firsthand from high school grads who credit entrepreneurship education programs with helping them discover their future. INCubatoredu alumni will share personal perspectives on how high school entrepreneurship profoundly influenced their lives beyond graduation, propelling them toward success in their careers,

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From Threat to Opportunity: AI in Education – School Policies & Best Approaches

The rapid emergence of artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT has the potential to fundamentally transform the way people think, create, and solve problems. For schools, artificial intelligence poses a myriad of challenges as well as opportunities. Join us for a lively discussion of cutting-edge research into student use and perspectives on A.I. to inform effective

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Museum of the American Revolution Free Virtual PD: Seeing the Other Side

Many students today encounter a story of the American Revolution that omits the perspective of the British and of the Loyalists who supported them.  Yet it’s through an understanding of “the other side” that allows us to see the complexity of life and decision-making in the 18th century and to truly understand what was at

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Join Bill McKibben: A Webinar on Mobilizing Your Climate Ed. Community

Join Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week for a session with activist, author, founding member of 350.org and founder of Third Act, Bill McKibben. During this hour-long informational session, Bill will contextualize this moment in the movement for climate justice and the need for climate education. We will then be joined by Dr. Eban Goodstein

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Chalkbeat’s Cara Fitzpatrick with Wesley Morris: The Death of Public School

This program is co-sponsored by Chalkbeat New York and The New York Public Library’s Center for Educators and Schools. Chalkbeat New York is a nonprofit news organization committed to covering one of the most important stories: the effort to improve schools for all children, especially those who have historically lacked access to a quality education. Want

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Rendezvous with American History

Born into the steam and starch of a Chinese laundry, Anna May Wong (1905–1961) emerged from turn-of-the-century Los Angeles to become Old Hollywood’s most famous Chinese American actress, a screen siren who captivated global audiences and signed her publicity photos—with a touch of defiance—“Orientally yours.” Now, more than a century after her birth, Yunte Huang

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Equity in Education, How to Drive Success for Students of All Backgrounds

As our schools become more and more diverse, we continue to see students of different backgrounds and experiences. Fortunately, technology has also advanced to a point where not only can we understand these students and their needs, but we can also adapt to meet them. Join Larry Jacobs, Host of Education Talk Radio, and Abbas

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Museum of the American Revolution Virtual Educator Open House

K-12 educators are invited to join the Group Sales and School Programs teams to learn more about our virtual field trip experiences. Come for one session or stay for the whole evening! Attendance is free for K-12 Educators. 6:00pm Welcome from Group Sales and Education6:15pm Preview: Virtual Through Their Eyes student tour6:30pm Preview: Professional Development sessions6:40pm

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Innovative Approaches to Addressing Special Education Shortages

The new school year has started, and despite continual alarm ringing about school staffing shortages over the past few years, positions in the critical area of special education remain unfilled—at dire cost to our students in need. Given the growing consensus that student success in school depends on holistic factors that contribute to their overall

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Discovery Education Fall VirtCon

Worldwide edtech leader Discovery Education invites teachers and administrators around the globe to participate in its 12th annual Fall VirtCon, which will be held on Saturday, October 21st from 10 AM to 2 PM Eastern. A no-cost, virtual, professional learning conference designed for users of Discovery Education’s digital resources, VirtCon provides a unique opportunity for educators to learn new, classroom-tested

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How voice-enabled assessments foster oral reading fluency in young readers

Although the link between reading fluency and comprehension is widely acknowledged, it’s particularly critical for struggling readers. Advancements in speech recognition offer the ability to capture the unique rhythms and patterns of young voices and to more effectively and precisely pinpoint where students are struggling, for earlier and more strategic intervention. Behavioral Research and Teaching

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Breaking Boundaries: Navigating Non-Traditional Dissertations

Join me for an engaging Zoom session that will explore the innovative approaches which challenge conventional methodologies and push the boundaries of knowledge creation. I will be discussing the alternative format that scholars are adopting to present their research findings and answering questions for those who are actively in the process of writing their non-traditional

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Countdown to College Applications – Seniors the Season Begins!

Countdown to College: College Application Season Begins! Get ready to kickstart your college application journey with our exciting online event! Whether you’re a high school senior or a parent, join us for an informative and interactive session. We’ll guide you through college application, from choosing the right schools to crafting a standout personal statement. Our

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Fall VirtCon

Igniting the Classroom Spark Saturday October 21, 2023 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM ET Worldwide edtech leader Discovery Education invites teachers and administrators around the globe to participate in its 12th annual Fall VirtCon, which will be held on Saturday, October 21st from 10 AM to 2 PM Eastern. A no-cost, virtual, professional learning conference designed for users of Discovery

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NFL PLAY 60 Kickoff Fitness Break

The American Heart Association and the National Football League (NFL) in collaboration with Discovery Education present new ways to engage students in fitness. The new no-cost digital broadcasts from the PLAY 60 Fitness Break initiative feature special guests from the NFL and the American Heart Association as they talk about the importance of good health, well-being, and demonstrate fun ways to move

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Virtual Information Session – CU Denver’s PsyD in School Psychology Program

Launch your school psychology career by joining University of Colorado Denver’s APA-accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in School Psychology program. Our program is one of only a handful of APA-accredited programs in the U.S. that offers an optional bilingual school psychologist concentration (English/Spanish). It is also the only School Psychology program to offer an optional

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Strategic Use of Assessments: Using the Right Data to Drive Literacy Results

After launching the school year, you may find yourself sorting through various literacy data sources, both at the state and district level, to understand how best to help your students’ reading. Learn which data to use to provide actionable insights for your students throughout the school year with ANet. Our webinar provides educators with expert

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America After Affirmative Action — Free Virtual Panel Tuesday 9/19

There has been no shortage of changes facing educators, communities, students, and families over the last few years. One of the most recent is the Supreme Court decisions on affirmative action, which will not only affect students seeking admission to selective colleges, but likely also have broader impacts on education, employment, communities, and our society

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Boost Your High School GPA for College Admission Acceptance!

Learn unique strategies that can increase students’ GPAs for college admissions! Improving your child’s GPA quickly can be challenging, especially if they are already in the latter half of high school. With their previous grades working against them, students must put in even more effort to overcome lower averages. However, there are some measures students

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Boost Your High School GPA for College Admission Acceptance!

Learn unique strategies that can increase students’ GPAs for college admissions! Improving your child’s GPA quickly can be challenging, especially if they are already in the latter half of high school. With their previous grades working against them, students must put in even more effort to overcome lower averages. However, there are some measures students

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Chinese American Women in History

“Locating Kinship Across Space and Time,” the conference aims to explore how Chinese American women, both as historical subjects and contemporary practitioners of history, have forged interpersonal connections, fostered care, and facilitated community. This conference is sponsored by the 1882 Foundation, the Chinese American Museum DC, and the Ruth H. Kuo and Rhoda How Memorial

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School Operations Leadership Program: Navigating Excellence (Fall 2023)

🚀 Elevate Your Leadership Impact in School Operations! 🏫 Are you ready to take your school operations career to the next level? Join our comprehensive three-month School Operations Leadership Program designed to empower you with the skills, strategies, and insights necessary to excel as a dynamic school operations leader. Program Highlights: 📚 Understanding Your Leadership

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School Operations: Student Recruitment Planning Sessions (Oct)

Unlock the Path to School Excellence with our 3-week series: “School Operations: Student Recruitment Planning Sessions.” In this comprehensive program, we dive deep into the core pillars of successful student recruitment. Over three transformative weeks, you’ll gain invaluable insights into cutting-edge recruitment strategies that resonate with prospective students and their families. But it doesn’t stop

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School Operations Networking Group: Connect, Collaborate, Elevate (Dec)

Connect, Collaborate, Elevate: Join a community of dedicated school operations professionals in our exclusive networking group. 🤝 Are you a passionate school operations professionals looking to expand your horizons, exchange insights, and stay at the forefront of educational excellence? Look no further! Our group provides a dynamic platform for professionals like you to connect with

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School Operations Networking Group: Connect, Collaborate, Elevate (Nov)

Connect, Collaborate, Elevate: Join a community of dedicated school operations professionals in our exclusive networking group. 🤝 Are you a passionate school operations professionals looking to expand your horizons, exchange insights, and stay at the forefront of educational excellence? Look no further! Our group provides a dynamic platform for professionals like you to connect with

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School Operations Networking Group: Connect, Collaborate, Elevate (Oct)

Connect, Collaborate, Elevate: Join a community of dedicated school operations professionals in our exclusive networking group. 🤝 Are you a passionate school operations professionals looking to expand your horizons, exchange insights, and stay at the forefront of educational excellence? Look no further! Our group provides a dynamic platform for professionals like you to connect with

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School Operations Networking Group: Connect, Collaborate, Elevate (Sept)

Connect, Collaborate, Elevate: Join a community of dedicated school operations professionals in our exclusive networking group. 🤝 Are you a passionate school operations professionals looking to expand your horizons, exchange insights, and stay at the forefront of educational excellence? Look no further! Our group provides a dynamic platform for professionals like you to connect with

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Virtual Info Session: EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity, concentration in Research Leadership

The University of Colorado Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Research Leadership program prepares students to design and carry out practical research to inform and guide improvement of programs, practice, and/or policy. This concentration supports leaders to create long-lasting positive change in one’s organization and community, while addressing critical issues and challenges in education and educational leadership. To learn more

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Virtual Info Session: EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity, concentration in Research Leadership

The University of Colorado Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity, Research Leadership program prepares students to design and carry out practical research to inform and guide improvement of programs, practice, and/or policy. This concentration supports leaders to create long-lasting positive change in one’s organization and community, while addressing critical issues and challenges in education and educational leadership. To learn more

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Virtual Info Session: CU Denver’s EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity

CU Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program is designed for experienced educators and human service professionals who wish to be leaders of change in schools, agencies and communities. It provides relevant opportunities for working professionals to engage in student-centered and district-identified team research projects that will broaden their career horizons.

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Virtual Info Session: CU Denver’s EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity

CU Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program is designed for experienced educators and human service professionals who wish to be leaders of change in schools, agencies and communities. It provides relevant opportunities for working professionals to engage in student-centered and district-identified team research projects that will broaden their career horizons.

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Virtual Info Session: CU Denver’s EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity

CU Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program is designed for experienced educators and human service professionals who wish to be leaders of change in schools, agencies and communities. It provides relevant opportunities for working professionals to engage in student-centered and district-identified team research projects that will broaden their career horizons.

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Virtual Info Session: CU Denver’s EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity

CU Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program is designed for experienced educators and human service professionals who wish to be leaders of change in schools, agencies and communities. It provides relevant opportunities for working professionals to engage in student-centered and district-identified team research projects that will broaden their career horizons.

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Virtual Info Session: CU Denver’s EdD in Leadership for Educational Equity

CU Denver’s Doctor of Education in Leadership for Educational Equity (EdD) program is designed for experienced educators and human service professionals who wish to be leaders of change in schools, agencies and communities. It provides relevant opportunities for working professionals to engage in student-centered and district-identified team research projects that will broaden their career horizons.

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NCABSE (North Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators) State-wide Conference

This conference is for Teachers, Principals, School Administrators, School Boards and anyone interested in improving the academic achievement of all students. NCABSE affiliates will be recognized. Panels of NC Teachers of the Year  and NC Principals of the Year will share best instructional practices and effective leadership ideas, respectively. Workshops are designed to fit the

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Crossing Borders Workshop: Teaching Migration to Help Students Understand Our Complex World

Preparing your students to be informed citizens in our complicated world just got a lot easier. Global Cities, Inc., a program of Bloomberg Philanthropies and Council on Foreign Relations-Education are hosting a free workshop for K-12 educators, spotlighting two free, research-backed tools:     🌍 Global Cities’ Codebook for Global Student Learning Outcomes    🌎 CFR-Education’s World101 Migration resources

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MPACT Curriculum Launch Party

Are you an educator looking for inclusive making projects through which students can develop their mathematical understanding, computational thinking, and spatial reasoning? Then join us for a virtual party to celebrate the release of the open-access MPACT curriculum! We’re excited to showcase how making can be integrated into your classroom with the MPACT curriculum units

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Webinar: Fostering Entrepreneurial Mindsets to Build a Culture of Workforce Readiness for All Students

It’s more important than ever to equip our students with the tools they need to succeed in a rapidly evolving world of work. Creativity, flexibility, communication, and problem solving are amongst the most highly touted skills in the workplace today, yet they are often left out of the traditional K-12 curriculum. What would it look

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YTH Live Global 2023

Now in its 15th year, YTH Live Global centers on the convergence of youth, technology, and health. We invite young people and adults to the same, equal space to share innovative ideas, new technologies, and transformational research. At its core, the event exists as a platform for youth to share their ideas and passions around

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Noyce STEM Scholarships

A new $1.3 million grant will help Elmhurst University continue to develop the STEM teachers of the future. The University’s Promoting Inclusiveness and Diversity in STEM Education (PRIDE) proposal was awarded funding by the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program. The five-year grant officially begins on Feb. 15. The grant will provide students

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Unlocking Potential: Empowering Students with Thinking and Learning Differences

As planning begins for the upcoming school year, you may find yourself seeking ways to set goals for students that honor their individual learning journeys. To help you plan for your school year, our webinar provides educators with expert knowledge on how you can support all students, with a lens to focus support for students

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