Bring a team of teachers, counselors and school leaders and take home tools you can use right away.
This year’s conference will feature over 400 keynote, concurrent, sharing and deep-dive sessions that go to the heart of K-12 educational challenges, such as ensuring equitable access to quality learning experiences and addressing the effects of poverty.
Sessions will help attendees:
- Design high-quality instruction
- Implement classroom management strategies
- Align curricula with readiness standards
- Use educational technology effectively
- Develop career pathways
- Offer personalized learning supports
- Build school and district leadership capacity
- Support new educators
- Adopt continuous improvement strategies
- And much, much more
Learn with the leading experts in your field
Opening General Session – Keynote Speaker
2:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 7, 2020
SREB is excited to announce that our 2020 Making Schools Work Conference opening keynote speaker will be Pedro Noguera, Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA.
Prior to joining the faculty at UCLA, Dr. Noguera served as a tenured professor and holder of endowed chairs at New York University (2003 – 2015), Harvard University (2000 – 2003) and the University of California, Berkeley (1990 – 2000).
Closing General Session – Keynote Speaker
3 p.m., Thursday, July 9, 2020
SREB is excited to announce that our 2020 Making Schools Work Conference closing keynote speaker will be Anna Nixon, co-founder of STEM4Girls, a nonprofit dedicated to inspiring young people to pursue opportunities and learning in STEM fields.
A highly-regarded urban educator in New Jersey for over 20 years, Principal Baruti Kafele distinguished himself as a master teacher and a transformational school leader. As an elementary school teacher in East Orange, New Jersey, he was selected as the East Orange School District and Essex County Public Schools Teacher of the Year, and he was a finalist for New Jersey State Teacher of the Year.
Barbara Turner Windhorst is a retired superintendent of the Jefferson Parish Public School System in Louisiana and was the first lay president of the Ursuline Academy of New Orleans, the oldest continuously operating girls’ school in the United States, founded in 1726. She currently serves on the board of directors of the United Way of Greater New Orleans, as a founding member of the Women’s Leadership Council of the United Way, on the board of directors of The Catholic Foundation and the St.
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