Leading the Way Together: Honoring who students are, how they learn, and where they want to go

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Topics: Assessement & Accountability

Education Evolving advances student-centered learning for all students, by supporting teachers designing and leading schools, and by advocating for policy that is open to innovation.

The Bush Foundation, The School Leadership Project and Education Evolving will host Leading the Way Together—a day of learning and connection on Friday, May 3, 2019.

This event will gather partners in education to strengthen a collective community that is working to make education more relevant for our students in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the same geography. This will be a day to inspire, challenge, and support one another as we work to honor who students are, how they learn and where they want to go.

Using Academic Competencies to Ensure Rigorous and Transparent Expectations For All

At a session called “Using Academic Competencies to Ensure Rigorous and Transparent Expectations For All,” KnowledgeWorks Director of Teaching and Learning Lori Phillips will present alongside Adam Fischer, a high school English teacher at Farmington Public Schools; Morgan Winkworth, a middle school social studies teacher at Farmington Public Schools; and  Lars Esdal, the executive director of Education Evolving.

Learn more and register for this event.