What can you expect to hear? This year’s live streamed event promises to unapologetically examine issues of equity and inclusion, teacher effectiveness, collaborative practice, and even lessons from Finnish education policies.
On October 8-9, 2015 we’ll dive into these topics and much more with renowned speakers, like Harvard’s Pasi Sahlberg University of Michigan’s Deborah Loewenberg Ball, and Harvard’s Paul Reville, among others.
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