The fifth regional convening dedicated to honoring who students are, how they learn, and where they want to go. This year’s event comes at a critical time: More than a year into a pandemic that upset a status quo already failing so many, a new future appears ever closer. We must learn from this disruption—find opportunity in it—and recognize the harm and trauma it brought. Our path forward must be one of healing.
Join the Bush Foundation, The School Leadership Project, Education Evolving, and hundreds of regional leaders working to make education more relevant and student-centered for all students. Find inspiration, make connections, and share best practices with like-minded colleagues.
This year we’ve been doing research and interviews on the question of how student success is or could be defined and measured in student-centered learning environments. On October 23, we’re releasing a new paper summarizing our findings and ideas. Join us that afternoon for a paper release happy hour. You’ll connect with other student-centered learning enthusiasts, hear a brief presentation on the paper’s findings, and be the first to get a copy!
On Thursday, February 27, join Education Evolving and the University of St. Thomas for a reception with policy staff from the national organizations KnowledgeWorks, iNACOL, and Education Reimagined. Come connect with other leaders interested in the future of education and student-centered learning.
A new paradigm for public education is emerging to fit the realities of the 21st century, in cities as diverse as Denver, Washington D.C., and New Orleans. These cities all have one thing in common: they embrace a public education system that relies on school autonomy, accountability, and choice.
What if learning were defined in terms “competencies” involving 21st century skills, and students progressed at their own pace as they demonstrated mastery? Join NH Deputy Commissioner, Paul Leather, and Teaching & Learning Director, Ellen Howard-Hume, as they describe what CBE looks like in practice at the school, district, and state level.