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Monday, July 26 • 12:40pm - 1:30pm
How can the Effective Schools Framework help you 'Prioritize Excellence'?

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“How can the Effective Schools Framework help you 'Prioritize Excellence'?” That is just one of the many questions we’ll tackle during a panel discussion featuring leaders in the field that will be moderated by Laura McKean. Is your campus experiencing success with student outcomes at the rate you desire? Maybe you have an exceptional staff who are doing all the right things, but your results are still not fully reflected in their efforts. This is a common challenge that school leaders face as they strive for excellence. The solution you seek may lie in tweaking the systems and processes that you and your staff engage in daily. Our Elevating Success Initiative focuses on systems that use common language and highest-leverage school practices to support strategic improvement and growth. Join us for a panel discussion of District Coordinators of School Improvement and Campus Principals who found success in improving student outcomes through the utilization of the Effective Schools Framework. Panelists will offer advice about how to prioritize excellence in this field while navigating various roles, responsibilities, and the ever-changing climate. Attendees will gain insights from the discussions with an opportunity to engage with the panelists after the formal program. Please join us – this event is open to anyone currently involved or interested in joining this field. Be part of the conversation! Use #PrioritizeExcellenceConference and #PEC2021 to engage with others in the field.

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Carey Carter

Continuous Improvement Consultant, ESC 11

Monday July 26, 2021 12:40pm - 1:30pm CDT
Hosted Virtually by Education Service Center Region 11 1451 S. Cherry Lange, White Settlement, TX 76108