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WEBINAR - Budget Proposals, Congressional Action, and the Path Forward
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What to expect for FY2021 Julia Martin of Brustein & Manasevit presents yet another quarterly webinar: a timely overview of the federal budgeting process, with a focus on federal education funding.
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US Department of Education: The Future of ESEA Report Cards: Using Data to Have Conversations About School Performance
Presenters: Michael Anderson Patrick Rooney Jane Clark Lindsay Lewis Sara Shaw
The new requirements for report cards under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act, provides an opportunity to use data to facilitate conversations
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US Department of Education: MSIX - A Resource for Supporting Migratory Students' Academic Success
Presenters: Carol Mayo Patricia Meyertholen Michelle Williams
MSIX is a national records transfer system used by state educational agencies (SEAs) and local educational agencies (LEAs) to share information on children eligible for the Title I, Part C - Migrant
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US Department of Education: Title I, Part A Equitable Services Updated Non-Regulatory Guidance (October 2019) Panel Discussion
Presenters: Todd Stephenson Isadora Binder Todd Stephenson Kay Rigling Michael Anderson
In this session, U.S. Department of Education staff will provide an overview of the Title I, Part A Equitable Services Updated Non-Regulatory Guidance (October 2019), highlighting key topics
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US Department of Education: Lessons from Evaluations of Professional Development for Educators
Presenters: Faatimah Muhammad Elizabeth Warner Faatimah Muhammad
Providing professional development for teachers and principals is a common use of federal funds to improve educator effectiveness. This session will provide findings from multiple impact evaluations
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US Department of Education: Oldies But Goodies: Learning from the Past and Present, Educating the Future
Presenters: Kay Rigling Phil Rosenfelt
With nearly 90 years of cumulative experience providing legal advice on federal education programs, particularly Title I and the other programs in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
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Shape the Future for Your Students - Teaching About the 2020 Census
Presenters: Heidi Crawford
This presentation will highlight how educators can use the U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools (SIS) program to teach about the upcoming 2020 Census. The decennial census happens once every
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US Department of Education: Benefiting Students by Combining Non-Federal Funds and Funds from Multiple Federal Programs in Title I Schoolwide Programs: Georgia’s Journey
Presenters: Todd Stephenson Todd Stephenson Carly Covic Ambler Bonnie Knight Shaun Owen Paulette Richmond Hart, PhD Audra J. Saunders
Are you an administrator from a school district who would like to combine funds from different non-federal and federal sources to meet the needs of your students? Are you a State administrator who
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US Department of Education: ED Data Express
Presenters: Faatimah Muhammad Faatimah Muhammad Eric McGhee Sarah Newman Lisa Phillips
This session will provide an overview of the features of ED Data Express and the data available through the website. In addition, the session will include information about future enhancements and
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US Department of Education: Quick and Simple: The New Small, Rural School Achievement Grant Application Process
Presenters: Patrick Carr Andreana Jones
Acting on recommendations outlined in the Section 5005 Report on Rural Education (see https://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/rural/rural-education-report.pdf for more information), the Department has
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Listening and Input Session with the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
Presenters: Faatimah Muhammad Faatimah Muhammad Jasmine Hayes
Faatimah Muhammad, Supervisory Education Program Specialist of the U.S. Department of Education and Jasmine Hayes, Deputy Director of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness will facilitate a
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US Department of Education: Office of Elementary and Secondary Education Funded Technical Assistance: What You Should Know!
Presenters: David Cantrell, PhD Christine Pilgrim Hamed Negron-Perez Dean Nafziger, PhD Bronwyn Roberts Danielle Smith
This session will spotlight a variety of technical activities funded by the U.S. Department of Education that may be accessed by states, school districts, and educators. The session will include
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US Department Of Education: Updates from the United States Department of Education - 2020 Conference
Presenters: Ruth Ryder Supreet Anand, PhD David Cantrell, PhD Christine Pilgrim Hamed Negron-Perez Tara Ramsey Patrick Rooney
In this session, the U.S. Department of Education will provide updates on the implementation of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act, as well as
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KEYNOTE: Moving Beyond Grit & Resilience: Lowering the Achievement Tax on Students without Lowering Achievement
Presenters: Charles Cole, III
From an educator focused on the advancement of youth of color, this talk will spotlight the research Dr. Cole built around the Black Achievement Trauma Tax that high achieving Black males often face.
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Continuing to Create Compassionate Classes for all Kids Through Restorative Practices
Presenters: Zachary Robbins Regina James Gerald Robinson

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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Connection Before Expectation: Advanced Contemporary Education Using Trauma Informed Lens
Presenters: Rose Bowcut Mike James, Sr. Mark Tuggle Rebecca Taylor

Okmulgee ACE High School is a personalized, blended-learning environment: not only where students are able to dynamically customize their schedule and education, but also where students are

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Continuous Improvement and Compliance Monitoring: How to Use Data to Drive Supports
Presenters: Timothy McNeely

Washington state's Consolidated Program Review is a continuous improvement process that annually analyzes performance data, monitoring results and survey data to better support more than 295

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Using Data to Proactively Identify and Improve Supports to At-Risk Students
Presenters: Corey Chatis Diane Yoshimura Carla Howe Monica Young

Participants will be provided (fictitious) data from a longitudinal early warning system and led through a guided small-group activity to analyze the data and develop action plans to provide

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Who Should, Who Can, and Who Will Succeed in Our Schools?: A Conversation About Equity
Presenters: Keith Hickman Amy McCart Cokethea Hill

Join a public conversation about what equity in schools means and how education leaders can mobilize others towards that goal. Discuss how each and every child—especially those who are

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Advancing Equity: A Closer Look at Language, Labels and Belief Systems
Presenters: Monica Handyside Sheila Jackson, Ed.D.

Over six decades after the Brown v. Board of Education U.S. Supreme Court decision, the issue of providing equitable education continues to be relevant. In 2018, the U.S. Commission on Civil