Strategic Planning: Achieve Equity & Elevate Learning Leadership Summit
This leadership convening will showcase strategies and protocols for strategic planning using performance targets, analysis of data, and how to create the conditions for systemic and sustainable continuous improvement. We are honored to feature keynote speaker, Dr. Jerry D. Weast, of whom led Montgomery County Public Schools, the 16th largest school district in the nation to achieve both the highest graduation rate among the nation’s largest school districts for four consecutive years and the highest academic performance ever in MCPS at a time when the non-English speaking student population more than doubled and enrollment tipped toward low socioeconomic demographics.
Experts in strategic planning, school improvement, programming for English language learners, use of current technologies, and how to promote a school climate of intentional planning to achieve equity and elevate learning for all students will share their work.
Superintendents, district leaders, principals, assistant principals, teacher and aspiring leaders will return to their districts and schools will salient strategies and tools to facilitate leading the design of strategic improvement to equity in leading, teaching, and achievement.
Dr. Jerry Weast, Founder and President of the Partnership for Deliberate Excellence, LLC
Dr. Weast led Montgomery County Public Schools—16th largest school district in the nation—to achieve both the highest graduation rate among the nation’s largest school districts for four consecutive years and the highest academic performance ever in MCPS at a time when the non-English speaking student population more than doubled and enrollment tipped toward low socioeconomic demographics. During his tenure, Montgomery County’s high schools consistently ranked among the nation’s best according to US News and World Report, the Washington Post, and Newsweek.
Featured speakers include:
- Dr. Tamitha Campbell, Consulting Principal, Montgomery County Public Schools
- Ms. Karin Chenoweth, Education Trust
- Dr. Kelly Keane, Lecturer of Educational Technology, Loyola, University Maryland
- Dr. Myra J. Smith, Lecturer, Loyola University Maryland
- Dr. Karen Woodson, Principal, Prince George's County Public Schools,
- Dr. Darryl Williams, Associate Superintendent, Montgomery County Public Schools
- Dr. Myriam Yarbrough, Principal, Paint Branch High School
Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Locate: Loyola University Maryland- Evergreen Campus- McGuire Hall
4501 North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland 21210
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The registration fee is $75.00 per attendee. Register Here