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Leading Systemic Redesign: Strategies from the Field

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While the challenges facing public education are many, school districts and national organizations are uniting to lead systemic change. The time is now to act and redesign the public school system by intentionally fostering a relationships-based culture that is whole-learner focused, no learner marginalized, and future driven.

Learn from innovative educational leaders who are leading this charge as they discuss:

  • Prioritizing culture over strategy as a driver of transformation
  • Utilizing distinct staffing and evidence-based instruction models
  • Building rigorous academic programs that incorporate workforce skills
  • Integrating social, emotional, and cognitive growth into all aspects of a district’s improvement efforts, including professional learning
  • Engaging the community to build a culture of collaboration

See first-hand how your school community can work together to redesign the school system, reengineer instruction, and co-author personalized learning for all learners.

Speakers
Linda Darling-Hammond, Ed.D.
President and CEO, Learning Policy Institute Learning Policy Institute
Linda Darling-Hammond is the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University and founding president of the Learning Policy Institute, created to provide high-quality research for policies that enable equitable and empowering education for each and every child. At Stanford she founded the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education. Darling-Hammond is past president of the American Educational Research Association and recipient of its awards for Distinguished Contributions to Research, Lifetime Achievement, Research Review, and Research-to-Policy. In 2006, Darling-Hammond was named one of the nation’s ten most influential people affecting educational policy. In 2008, she directed President Barack Obama’s Education Policy Transition Team and is currently President of the California State Board of Education. She began her career as a public school teacher and co-founded both a preschool and a public high school. Darling-Hammond consults widely on strategies for improving education policies and practices and is the recipient of 14 honorary degrees in the U.S. and internationally. Among her more than 600 publications are a number of award-winning books, including The Right to Learn, Teaching as the Learning Profession, Preparing Teachers for a Changing World and The Flat World and Education: How America’s Commitment will Determine our Future. She received an Ed.D. from Temple University (with highest distinction) and a B.A. from Yale University (magna cum laude).
Dan Bridges
Superintendent, Naperville 203 Community Unit School District, Ill.
Dan began his role as Superintendent in 2011, previously serving the District as Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education. Prior to joining Naperville 203, Dan spent 13 years as a school administrator, including years as an elementary, junior high, and a high school principal. Dan began his career in education as a middle school social studies teacher. Dan has a Bachelor of Arts in History/Secondary Education from Millikin University, a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Aurora University and an Education Specialist degree in Education Administration from Northern Illinois University. Dan and his wife Dawn are proud to call the Naperville 203 community home. All five of their children are graduates of Naperville 203 schools.
Shari L. Camhi
Superintendent of Schools 2022-23 AASA President and Superintendent, Baldwin Union Free School District, N.Y.
Camhi is the superintendent of schools for the Baldwin Union Free School District located in New York State, as well as the presidentof AASA, The School Superintendents Association), effective July 2021. She is a 2020 Education Week Leader To Learn From for her innovative practices and creativity in K-12 instruction and advocacy work in ensuring educational equity.
Moderators
Bill Daggett
Founder, Successful Practices Network
Bill Daggett, Ed.D., is the founder of both the Successful Practices Network and the International Center for Leadership in Education. He is recognized worldwide for his proven ability to move preK-12 education systems towards more rigorous and relevant skills and knowledge for all students. For 30 years, he has crisscrossed our nation, as well as the industrialized world, to lead school reform efforts to effectively prepare students for their future. While an avid supporter of public education, he also challenges all of us to be more focused on our children’s future than on maintaining the schools of our youth. His insights and leadership have caused nearly every major education association in the country, hundreds of school districts, numerous political and business leaders, publishers, and others to seek out his advice and guidance. Dr. Daggett began his career as a teacher, local administrator, and then director with the New York State Education Department. He spends much of his time providing leadership and guidance to the National Dropout Prevention Center and the Career and Technical Education Technical Assistance Center, which are part of the Successful Practices Network.
Karen Garza
President and CEO, Battelle for Kids
Dr. Karen Garza has dedicated her life to bettering educational opportunities for all students. Over the last three decades, she has served in several roles in school districts, including superintendent and chief academic officer. In 2017, Karen Garza joined Battelle for Kids as the organization’s President and CEO. Karen served as the superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS)—the 10th largest school division in the U.S., serving a diverse student population of more than 186,000 students. A veteran educator, she served as the first woman superintendent of Lubbock Independent School District (LISD) and as chief academic officer for the Houston Independent School District (HISD), where she was responsible for the learning of more than 200,000 students and the management and success of more than 300 schools.

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