Making Schools Work Conference

Overview

Spark Student Achievement
Baltimore - July 10-13, 2019

Join us at SREB’s Making Schools Work Conference, a powerful professional learning event for K-12 teachers, counselors, principals, technology center directors and state and district education agency personnel. This event – formerly known as the High Schools That Work Staff Development Conference – annually attracts thousands of educators.

All conference events will be held in the Hilton Baltimore and the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore’s exciting Inner Harbor. The conference kicks off with an opening general session at 3 p.m. on July 10 and ends at noon on July 13.

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Success Starts Here

Students thrive when K-12 teachers and leaders create meaningful learning experiences, provide personalized supports and encourage them to make the effort needed to succeed.

Benefits of Attending

Conference keynotes, promising practice sessions, deep-dives, table talks and flash talks bring attendees together to share strategies for creating cultures of excellence, encouragement and success in their K-12 classrooms, schools or technology centers.

More reasons to attend:

  • Engage with experts and thought leaders
  • Celebrate student and school success stories
  • Explore literacy and math strategies that help students meet grade-level standards
  • Identify academic, social, emotional and behavioral supports for students who struggle with the effects of poverty or trauma
  • Develop school or district plans for school improvement
  • Inspire students to make the connection between success in the classroom and their career and college goals
  • Learn how to use data to make informed decisions
  • Build strong school teams
  • Network with educators from 30+ states

We invite you to learn more about conference objectives and sessions, register and submit a proposal that shares how you’ve enhanced student engagement and achievement and improved the culture of your school, center or postsecondary institution.