|1. Equity, Diversity, & Belonging|
|2. Scaling Improvement|
|3. Educator Recruitment & Retention|
|4. Student and Staff Well-Being|
|5. Student Ontrack & Early Warning Systems|
|6. Foundational Literacy|
After two years, Summit is back in person. However, because we understand that some members of our improvement community are unable to travel, we have intentionally designed sessions and activities for their remote participation.
In these unprecedented times, the power of connection rings true now more than ever, and we are excited to hold space for community engagement through several networking opportunities. At 2022 Summit, both in-person and remote attendees will be able to engage in conversation and learn from and with each other through networking organized by peer group or problems of practice. These structured activities are the time to catch up with peers, meet new colleagues, reflect on challenges, and share points of view.
Problems of Practice. Join conversations in which you can share challenges, experiences, and actionable improvement strategies.
Peer Groups. Connect with colleagues. Discuss challenges. Share best practices. There’s no formal agenda, just an opportunity to meet up.
In-Person Networking Opportunities
Click below to view the thematic groupings for the in-person networking activities.
|1. District / Central Office Leaders|
|2. Support Organizations and Service Providers|
|3. Principal, School-based Administrators|
|4. Researcher/Data Analysts|
|6. Improvement Coaches|
|7. State Education and Policy Makers|
Remote Networking Opportunities
Click below to view the thematic groupings for the remote networking activities.
|1. Embedding Diversity, Equity, and Belonging in Improvement Work|
|2. Building Capacity and Scaling Improvement|
|3. Ensuring Student and Staff Wellbeing During the Pandemic|
|1. Improvement Practitioners: Educators, Teaching Fellows, and Coaches|
|2. District and LEA Leaders|
|3. Researchers, Professors, and Higher Education Leaders|