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Disrupting Poverty: Where to Start… What to Stop
Presenters: William Parrett Kathleen Budge

Much can be learned from schools that have helped their students' overcome the powerful and pervasive effects of poverty. Join the discussion based on the award winning, best-selling ASCD book,

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From Risk to Resiliency: Reducing Disproportionate Discipline
Presenters: Robert Kirton

Nationally, 1.2 million Black students were suspended from K-12 public schools in a single academic year – 55% of those suspensions occurred in 13 Southern States. Districts in the South also

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Read, Eat, and Discover (R.E.A.D.)
Presenters: Rebecca Donaldson

In 2014, the National Title I Association partnered with the International Literacy Association to develop the Read, Eat, and Discover Program, which combines volunteer-led literacy instructional

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Ensuring That Students Who Need It Most Receive Effective Reading Interventions
Presenters: Lori Helman Brittany Larson

Many interventions promise strong results, but they may not have the necessary components to achieve noteworthy effects. In this session, we provide an in-depth explanation of the five components

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The Impact of Blended, Mastery-Based, Personalized Learning On At-Risk Student Achievement
Presenters: Dustin Barrett Eric Kellerer Eian Harm

At-risk children have demonstrated that the traditional industrial model of education does not work well for them, yet the majority continue to be educated in this fashion. With the evolving

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Access to Excellent Educators: The Arkansas Journey to Provide Equity Through Data
Presenters: Kerri White Sarah Hall Robert Reichardt Ivy Pfeffer

All students - regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, ability, economic condition, or zip code - deserve the freedom to learn from excellent

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AVID: Results of a Six Year Study in Preparing ALL Students for Post-Secondary Success
Presenters: Todd Setterlund Susan Bergman

College readiness and career readiness can be challenging for all districts most especially those of poverty. From the beginning 37 years ago AVID’s mission was to ensure student access to

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Recapture the Magic – The Power of Transmediation: How Words Can Make a Picture Come Alive
Presenters: Beth Olshansky

Pictures offer a universal language for those who struggle with words. At the heart of this innovative approach to literacy learning: treat words and pictures as parallel, complementary, and equal

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Create Classroom and School Cultures That Work for All Kids Through Restorative Practices
Presenters: Zachary Robbins Regina James Gerald Robinson Randy Horton

Suspension and expulsions are poor solutions to improve school climate and culture, as out of school behavioral consequences leave students who need the most support out of school, disconnected

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Are My Learners at an Advantage Because I Lead Them?
Presenters: Baruti Kafele

An empowering, self-reflective journey for classroom, school and district leaders that will challenge them to examine their own leadership identities, missions, purposes, and visions as leaders in

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Voices From the Field and Ways to Reduce Barriers to Learning for School Transformation
Presenters: Michael Haggen Ron Mirr

Scholastic collaborated with CCSSO to develop a questionnaire for a national survey of teachers and principals, in part, to raise awareness of the barriers to equity in education and the resources

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Social, Emotional, Behavior Pathways: Our Journey
Presenters: Michael Kaiser Jackie Midgarden Toni Votava Jill Olson

Join us in our journey of developing Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) social, emotional, & behavior pathways. Our pathways include: screening/assessment procedures, multiple tier levels,

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Voices of Youth: Education, Homelessness & Hope
Presenters: Amy Bradley

The voices session provides an opportunity for educators of all sorts to hear directly from first-year college students who experienced homelessness during their K-12 education. This group, who

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Genius Hour: Building Passionate Learners
Presenters: Bobby McCutcheon

Genius hour allows students to be in charge of their own learning by self-selecting projects based on their own personal passion. Students become experts in their chosen field by connecting with

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Removing Barriers: Leveraging Good Instructional Practices
Presenters: Yolanda McKee Candice Henry Malaika Jordan

Twenty-first century learning skills are at the forefront of educational advancement and are the cornerstone of instructional strategies used to prepare students for college and career. The use of

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P.A.W.S. Academy: Creating Positive Roads to Success for High Needs Students
Presenters: Jessica Dreher Kevin Leake Angela Moore-Little

At the start of the 2016-17 school year, the leadership team at Thomasville Primary School looked closely at their discipline data and found that there was a need for interventions with students

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Fostering Opportunities: Improving Educational Outcomes for Youth in Foster Care
Presenters: Addi Cantor Jason Firestone Natalie Mall

In order to ensure equal educational opportunities for all students, we must start with the most vulnerable. Students in foster care are changing schools and/or dropping out at higher rates than

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Money Matters: Closing Equity Gaps in Schools
Presenters: Brian Barnes David DeSchryver Patrick Wnek

Over the last 17 years, the Florida Partnership for Minority and Underrepresented Student Achievement has refined the process of investing in instructional practices that close opportunity and

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Best Practices for Family Engagement in Alternative and Traditional Education Settings
Presenters: Jael Ovalle Rami Christophi Felipe Vasquez

The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), Title I Parent Education and Consultation Program has done the unprecedented, against the odds, successfully, in less than a year and with a

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Evidence-Based Practices for School Improvement
Presenters: Robert Balfanz Michael Calderone

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides states and districts with an opportunity to implement their visions for achieving educational excellence and select evidence-based school improvement