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School & District Management Webinar

Resolving Pain Points With Improvement Solutions That Work

This event occurred on November 17, 2021 3:00 PM EST, but is available to view on-demand.
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Are you confident in your improvement efforts? Meet five experts who will share proven solutions to help you grow leaders, enhance teacher effectiveness, and improve achievement.

While every school has its own strengths and obstacles—it’s always nice to talk to school leaders who’ve walked in your shoes. With a panel of improvement experts and former educators from the nonprofit leader in school improvement, Cognia™, we’ll discuss past experiences, address current educator pain points, and identify solutions that can help you get real results.

Join us! In this webinar, learn how you can:

  • Create an implementation plan to drive tangible improvement
  • Cultivate teachers’ active contribution to a positive school culture
  • Provide self-paced professional development and transform practice
  • Identify root causes for underperformance
  • Find support and pragmatic problem solving with job-alike peers
Jeff Rose, Ed.D.
Vice President of Leadership Development Cognia
Maria Sells, Ph.D.
Vice President Specialized Services Cognia
Robert Neu
K-12 Solutions Specialist Cognia
Andy Martinez
K-12 Solutions Specialist, Cognia
Nicole Reeves
Director, Improvement Services Cognia
Matt Ball
K-12 Solution Specialist, Cognia

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