Register Now: The Superintendent Roundtable Thursday, May 28th
Welcome to NTC’s Resource & Community Support Series
In these unprecedented times, we remain committed to our national network of teachers and educators and to our students, who need us all now more than ever.
Our new Resource & Community Support Series is one way that educators, teachers, and school leaders can come together; share ideas and strategies; and discover new, proven approaches to the teaching and learning challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We invite you to join these conversations, and encourage you to make full use of the resources that support them.
We also hope that you will take part in our new Communities of Practice, professional learning networks devoted to the topics of practice that NTC teachers and school leaders ask for most: Social and Emotional Learning for Students and Educators; Creating Equity for Students and Supporting Diverse Learners Through Virtual Learning; Leveraging Instructional Leaders for Virtual Success; and Supporting Early Learners and Families.
Look for more information about how you can join these communities when we confirm your registration for this series.
Register Now for:
- Advance invitation to every one of NTC’s live professional learning workshops, each hosted by leading educators and focused on proven strategies you can apply immediately to today’s most critical issues.
- Personalized access to every session, each broadcast live; and preserved in a growing online archive that you can return to wherever and whenever you want.
- The ability to shape each live engagement, by prioritizing the topics and issues you want addressed most.
- The opportunity to continue to develop your practice, share ideas, get support, and build friendships with committed educators just like you.
From the Education Frontline: the Superintendent Roundtable
Presented in Partnership with Chiefs for Change
Thursday, May 28th, 2020 at 12 pm PST/ 3 pm EST
Join these leading superintendents from school districts across the United States as they share the strategies and solutions they’re employing today to meet the immediate needs of their students and educators.
Learn directly from these leaders about the real-time challenges they face as they develop effective strategies to address COVID-19.
Hear how they’re balancing the health and well-being of the communities they serve; the real-time innovation that combating the ongoing pandemic demands of their districts, and the likely financial limitations sure to shape their school systems this coming fall.
Janice K. Jackson, EdD
Chief Executive Officer, Chicago Public Schools
Richard A. Carranza
Chancellor, New York City Department of Education
Dr. Kyla Johnson-Trammell
Superintendent, Oakland Unified School District
John E. Deasy, Ph.D.
Superintendent of Schools,
Stockton Unified School District
Alberto M. Carvalho
Superintendent, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Chief Executive Officer, Chiefs for Change
Chief of Staff, New Teacher Center (NTC)
Presenter & Panel Interviewer
CEO, New Teacher Center (NTC)
And please join us this week for these live strategy-focused conversations.
Tuesday, May 19th, 2020
1:30 PM PT / 4:30 PM ET
Chat: Supporting Students with Identified Learning Differences
With David Abel, Vice President of Program Solutions, New Teacher Center
Join David Abel as he answers your questions on how best to support students with identified learning differences who are learning remotely without regular and consistent access to traditional supports they may be used to receiving.
Thursday, May 21st, 2020
1:30 PM PT / 4:30 PM ET
Chat: Engaging & Accounting for Students During the Pandemic
With Edwin Weaver, Executive Director of Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley
Join Edwin Weaver as he shares how he’s leading a team that has successfully located and served all the students in his community; how his team did it; and how to implement these strategies in your own community.