The fifth annual 2018 Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education is scheduled for April 3-5, 2018. This three-day event brings together a diverse and vibrant community of educators, researchers, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and policymakers dedicated to accelerating improvement in education.
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2018 Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education
April 3-5, 2018
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
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April 03-05, 2018
2017 Carnegie Summit in Review
Meeting The Global Demand For Higher Learning
Global economic competition continues to rise, driving the demand for higher levels of knowledge, superior workforce and technological skills, and more engaged citizens.
The Summit showcases the best models for enacting education reform based on proven methods of the improvement sciences — valuing inquiry and evidence instead of intuition and anecdotes.
Immerse, Discover, Collaborate
Summit participants come from all sectors of education from kindergarten to higher education, practitioners to policymakers, and funders to researchers. Check out the list of organizations that sent representatives to the 2017 Summit.
Learn from their successes and missteps. Acquire and test drive the principles, skills and tools of improvement science. Start forging partnerships or team up with existing networks of innovators in your region that are committed to closing the achievement gap for the increasing number of disadvantaged and underserved students.
Creating an Education System That Promotes Social Justice
When it comes to educating young people, there’s a lot that our field knows about what can work. But we still struggle to effectively put those practices in place to improve teaching and learning for all students, regardless of where they live, the color of their skin, their family income, or their ethnic background.
Summit participants include schools, districts, and organizations using improvement science to make educational equity a reality. Join us to connect with these and other change makers working to provide exceptional outcomes for all students.