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Day Two of Leaders To Learn From 2018 – An Education Week Annual Event

April 23, 2018 1:11:56

On April 11-12, 2018, Education Week recognized outstanding district leaders at an exclusive event in Washington, D.C., that also featured presentations and discussions on school leadership and education policy. This video is a compilation of the main-stage presentations from day two. For day one, click here: http://video.edweek.org/detail/video/5773999584001/day-one-of-leaders-to-learn-from-2018-–-an-education-week-annual-event?autoStart=true Featured speakers on day two include John Hattie, professor of education, director of the Melbourne Education Research Institute at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and author of “Visible Learning”, and Peter DeWitt, author of “Collaborative Leadership: 6 Influences That Matter Most” and Education Week opinion blogger. Leaders To Learn From is a one-of-a-kind live event for leaders in every area of K-12 education. Attendees learn how extraordinary trailblazers in the field are solving problems and driving change in school districts across the U.S. For more information, visit leaders.edweek.org.

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