Educational leadership conference to be held by EdWeek

Recognizing Bold, Innovative District Leadership

LEADERS TO LEARN FROM 2014 is the can’t-miss education leadership event of the year, where you’ll sit peer-to-peer with innovative education professionals as they’re recognized for bringing positive change to their districts.

Join superintendents, policymakers, consultants, and other education thought-leaders for a powerful celebration of successes and innovations from districts across the country. Expand your network of high-achieving colleagues and get an inside look at how district administrators are developing bold new strategies to overcome complex challenges.

Attend and you’ll gain valuable advice and guidance—from high-profile superintendents as well as district leaders who’ve worked most of their careers below the public radar—to help you conquer the numerous and complex challenges you encounter every day.

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Don’t miss this day of excellence in education. Align with the boldest and brightest leaders in education and learn from their successes. Register for Leaders To Learn From 2014 today. Register by December 20, 2013, and save 22%.

Of over 900 nominees, 15 were chosen to by highlighted for innovation and creative solutions by “Education Week”. Read their bios here: EdWeek Leaders of 2013

A few highlighted examples of the honored educators include:

–A superintendent and a teachers’ union president share the spotlight for using a collaborative “employee summit” to find $40 million in budget cuts.
–One district’s dropout rate has declined by nearly 90 percent with the creation of “early college” high schools, a career academy, and an intensive dropout-recovery effort that sent staff members door to door to bring back dropouts.
–One leader moved all 16 of her district’s lowest-performing schools out of “academic emergency” status.
–Another has dramatically transformed its approach to teaching English-learners.

Watch for EdWeek’s “Leaders To Learn From” report – due out soon! We can learn a lot from successful people!

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