Creating a System for the Advancement of Education, Workforce and Economy
Don’t miss this one-day conference that will empower you to take the first steps in reshaping your district into a future-ready learning system that can prepare all students for success.
Date: November 28, 2023 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Location: HORNE Event Center, Ridgeland, MS
At this pivotal event, you'll
● Examine the critical concept of system design for student achievement and workforce readiness.
● Hear from leaders in districts like Laurel, McComb, Vicksburg Warren, and Smith County, who are pioneering the redesign of their school systems and putting learners at the center of all they do.
● Learn how to center your district's approach around your learner profile, making it the guiding force behind all that you do.
● Explore how some Mississippi districts are cultivating their own talent and nurturing a teaching workforce that meets the unique needs of their learners.
● Discover how the Future-Ready Learners initiative can help your district prepare students to thrive in the rapidly changing world of work.
This exclusive conference is limited to the first 100 registrants, so don't miss out on this opportunity to shape the future of education in Mississippi. The registration fee is $50 per person, which includes lunch and essential materials to support your learning journey.
Join us on November 28, 2023, at the HORNE Event Center in Ridgeland, MS, and embark on a collaborative, forward-thinking exploration of education system design. Together, we can create a brighter future for all Mississippi students. Register today and be part of the change!
Sidebar: Our keynote speaker, Jason Dougal from NCEE, will explore the need to design education systems that can prepare students for work and life in a future that is rapidly changing. Dougal has spent more than 18 years leading systemic education reform efforts from America's Choice—a comprehensive school reform model that was used in thousands of schools nationwide serving over 2 million students— to NISL—the largest executive development program for school leaders in the nation. Currently, he oversees the organization's operations at the state and district levels in over 40 states.