Model Schools Conference (MSC08)
|Event Date/Time: Jun 22, 2008||End Date/Time: Jun 25, 2008|
|Registration Date: Jun 22, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: May 19, 2008|
• strategies to create a culture of change to drive school improvement
• research-based whole school/district reform models
• best practices and model programs for struggling learners
• the nation’s best resources for instructional improvement
The Conference will feature how-to sessions on curriculum and instruction, special education, literacy, success on state exams, and transitional programs. Additionally, there will six one-day PreConferences on Sunday, June 22, and Dr. Willard R. Daggett, President of the International Center, will conduct a Post-Conference on June 25-26.
“Students are living in a rapidly changing world. Education needs to adapt to prepare students for the global society in they will live and work. The Model Schools Conference is an enlightening, inspiring, and time-effective way for educators to learn from highly successful schools.” says Dr. Daggett.
Many of the model schools selected for the Conference are part of an ongoing research partnership with the International Center and the Council of Chief State School Officers, with financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Hundreds of schools have been evaluated to determine which ones have replicable best practices to share. A group discount is available for teams of five or more. For more information or to register, visit www.ModelSchoolsConference.com.
About Dr. Willard Daggett and the International Center
The International Center for Leadership in Education, established in 1991 and located in Rexford, N.Y., is one of the most influential education consulting companies in America. It is best known for identifying and disseminating successful practices and techniques to assist all students in achieving higher standards. International Center President Willard R. Daggett, Ed.D., and his team of consultants have assisted numerous state education agencies and hundreds of school districts in school improvement initiatives. For more information please visit www.LeaderEd.com.