What does it look like to operationalize equity across your school district? Join leaders from Oakland USD, Madera USD, Harvard GSE, and Salesforce.org for a conversation about unlocking collaboration to ensure all students are equitably supported.
- Discover best practices for providing personalized student support, no matter where learning is taking place
- Learn how educators are using technology to connect students with the services they need to thrive
- See a live demo of how Salesforce.org’s Student Success Hub helps schools deliver holistic student support at scale
Jennifer Davis, Senior Advisor, Education Redesign Lab, Harvard Graduate School of Education Research
Babatunde Ilori, Executive Director of Accountability and Communications, Madera Unified School District
Andrea Bustamante, Executive Director of Community Schools Student Services, Oakland Unified School District
Germán Freiwald, K-12 Industry Solutions Director, Salesforce.org
Ashley Brown, Product Manager, K-12 Student Success, Salesforce.org
Kara Chiono, K-12 Senior Product Marketing Manager, Salesforce.org
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