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Monday, March 23
 

8:00am

1:00pm

Improving Outcomes of Disadvantaged Students: Using High-Functioning Teams to Build Relationships, Monitor Progress, and Develop Interventions Room 203Charles Franklin • Elaine Fryda • Cari Medd • Caroline Peinado • Poland Regional High School, ME Competency-Based Education in Michigan Districts Room 104Phillip Jankowski • Kurt Sutton • Ross Willick • Steve Nemeckay • Jerry Hopkins • Phoebe Gohs • Michigan Department of Education, MI Igniting the “Fuse” of Personalization: Cross-Collaboration and Thought-Partnering Around Priority Practices Room 114The Education Cooperative (TEC) • Highlander Institute, RI Taking the First Steps: Ideas for Addressing Implicit Bias in School Room 208/209Andrew Jones • Mike McRaith • Jodie Stewart-Ruck • Vermont Principals' Association, VT • Mill River School District, VT Let’s Talk: Race and Racism in Our Classrooms, Schools, and Communities Room 103Christina Horner • Steve Sell • Carrie McWilliams • Great Schools Partnership Reimagining Family Engagement Through an Equity Lens Room 101Christine Vulopas • Ann Walsh • 1647, MA Youth Apprenticeship as a High-Quality, Post-Secondary Path: Equitable, Accessible, and Career-Focused Room 205/206Anne Banks • Beth Doiron • Community College System of New Hampshire, NH Engaging the Most Vulnerable Students in Early College: Lessons Learned from Gateway to College in Massachusetts Room 105/106Deanna Yameen • Stephanie Davolos • Christina Alves • Vivian Ostrowski • Achieving the Dream Gateway to College New England, MA Youth Voices Matter: Advancing Equity Through Student-Led Training and Leadership Room 204Jordan Elliott • Alison Forchoh • Julio Robles • Project LEARN, MA • Lowell Public Schools, MA The Heart of Personalized Learning: Student Choice Through Independent Projects Room 201Kevin Downey • Fiona Nelson • Big Picture, South Burlington High School, VT Transferable Skills Transforming Instruction and Assessment Room 202Nathan Hale-Ray High School, CT Using Mirrors & Windows to Be Culturally Responsive Educators Room 108/109Soljane Martinez • Brown University, RI

2:45pm

Improving Outcomes of Disadvantaged Students: Using High-Functioning Teams to Build Relationships, Monitor Progress, and Develop Interventions Room 203Charles Franklin • Elaine Fryda • Cari Medd • Caroline Peinado • Poland Regional High School, ME Why Are We Still Tracking Kids in Middle School and High School? Room 103Craig Kesselheim • Dan Liebert • Great Schools Partnership Equity Starts With Connection: Data That Matters Room 101Brian Lloyd-Newberry • Adam Bunting • Champlain Valley Union High School, VT Failing Forward Together: Lessons Learned in the Transformation From Traditional to Learner-Centered Practices in a Large Open-Enrollment Public School Room 108/109Nora Vernazza • TechBoston Academy, MA Igniting the “Fuse” of Personalization: Cross-Collaboration and Thought-Partnering Around Priority Practices Room 114The Education Cooperative (TEC) • Highlander Institute, RI Leveraging Student Data to Catalyze Change Room 105/106Pascack Valley High School, NJ Taking the First Steps: Ideas for Addressing Implicit Bias in School Room 208/209Andrew Jones • Mike McRaith • Jodie Stewart-Ruck • Vermont Principals' Association, VT • Mill River School District, VT Shifting Mindsets: How New Bedford Public Schools Engages, Educates, and Empowers Families and the Community Room 104Jariel Vergne • Julie Mador • Erin Duarte • New Bedford Public Schools, MA Youth Apprenticeship as a High-Quality, Post-Secondary Path: Equitable, Accessible, and Career-Focused Room 205/206Anne Banks • Beth Doiron • Community College System of New Hampshire, NH Youth Voices Matter: Advancing Equity Through Student-Led Training and Leadership Room 204Jordan Elliott • Alison Forchoh • Julio Robles • Project LEARN, MA • Lowell Public Schools, MA The Heart of Personalized Learning: Student Choice Through Independent Projects Room 201Kevin Downey • Fiona Nelson • Big Picture, South Burlington High School, VT Transferable Skills Transforming Instruction and Assessment Room 202Nathan Hale-Ray High School, CT

4:15pm

Charting a Course Together: Designing for Equitable Community Engagement in Strategic Planning and Visioning Room 208/209Glennys Sanchez • Katie Thompson • Sarah Linet • Great Schools Partnership Moving Beyond GPA: How CBE Schools Are Using the Mastery Transcript to Drive Equity and Engagement Room 104Susan Bell • Patricia Russell • Mastery Transcript Consortium, MI Supporting Personalized Learning Through Professional Development and Collaborative Leadership Structures Room 103Kathleen Speth • Heather Morrison • Disney II Magnet School, Chicago Public Schools, IL Antiracist Professional Learning: The Mastery Collaborative Approach in NYC Room 204Mastery Collaborative, NY Equitable Access to College and Career Readiness Opportunities in Rhode Island Room 105/106Carolyn Sheehan • Paige Clausius-Parks • Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, RI Equity Starts With Connection: Data That Matters Room 101Brian Lloyd-Newberry • Adam Bunting • Champlain Valley Union High School, VT Students at the Center: Replacing Silos With Webs of Support Room 201Rachel Babcock • Josh Charpentier • Map Academy Charter School, MA Student Voice Through Storytelling Room 202Michelle Ortiz • Cari Strand • High School in the Community, CT Educating the Whole Child: Whole Schools and Whole Communities Partnering to Ensure Equity Room 114Matthew Drewette-Card • Maine ASCD, ME National Geographic’s Geo-Inquiry Process: Project-Based Learning for Community Change Room 205/206Christian Scott • Kenie Richards • National Geographic Education, DC Special Education in the Competency-Based Classroom Room 203Ashley Harbel • Sarah Brown • Scott Maxwell • Sanborn Regional High School, NH Using Mirrors & Windows to Be Culturally Responsive Educators Room 108/109Soljane Martinez • Brown University, RI
 
Tuesday, March 24
 

8:00am

9:15am

Professional Learning Groups: From Implementation to Impact Room 103Reed Dyer • Jean Haeger • Great Schools Partnership Renovating Educational Systems Through Teacher and Student Leadership Room 108/109Rachel Keach • Rylie Cadieux • Zoe Crocker • Gena Herrin • Ellen Parent • Kate VoganSchneider • Danville School, VT How a Community-Based Mentor Program Breaks Down Barriers to Equity and Supports Student Achievement Room 203Christine Baker • Donna Maria Cameron • Sara Anderson • Devin Medero • Dominica Ribeiro • Lori Scales • Attleboro Community Academy, MA Shifting Mindsets: How New Bedford Public Schools Engages, Educates, and Empowers Families and the Community Room 104Jariel Vergne • Julie Mador • Erin Duarte • New Bedford Public Schools, MA Students at the Center: Replacing Silos With Webs of Support Room 201Rachel Babcock • Josh Charpentier • Map Academy Charter School, MA The Power of Partnership and Parent Advocacy to Foster Equitable Outcomes: Lesson from Maine Room 114Jason Judd • Pious Ali • Kate Leveille • Portland Empowered, ME • MaineSpark, ME Empowering Student Voice Through Personal Learning Plans, Gateway Exhibitions, Applied Learning, and Capstone Presentations Room 105/106Andrea Freed • Mark Tinkham • Lydia Leimbach • Olivea Bean • Madisyn Smith • Hall-Dale Middle School & High School, ME Expanding Student Voice: Lessons Learned From Launching a Superintendent’s Student Cabinet Room 204Cariel Brazoban Lora • Kiara Morera • Chantel Diaz • Jamillette Gombs • Kimberly Rodriguez • Denise Snyder • Nelson Butten • Lawrence Public Schools, MA Increasing Engagement in Mathematics Through Voice and Choice Room 208/209Jared Sawyer • Laurie Greenwood • Dawn Van Blenis • Lydia Mays • Melrose Public Schools, MA Student Voice Through Storytelling Room 202Michelle Ortiz • Cari Strand • High School in the Community, CT National Geographic’s Geo-Inquiry Process: Project-Based Learning for Community Change Room 205/206Christian Scott • Kenie Richards • National Geographic Education, DC Proficiency: Lose the Label, Deepen Practice Room 101Flynn Ross • Sara Needleman • University of Southern Maine, ME

10:45am

Continuous Improvement in Education: Orientation to a Practitioner-Friendly Toolkit for Schools and Districts Room 114Education Development Center, MA Renovating Educational Systems Through Teacher and Student Leadership Room 108/109Rachel Keach • Rylie Cadieux • Zoe Crocker • Gena Herrin • Ellen Parent • Kate VoganSchneider • Danville School, VT Equity as a District Focus: Supporting School Leaders for the Heavy Lift Room 202Karen Mooney • Capitol Region Education Council: CREC, CT Eating Is Elementary to Education: Equity in the Cafeteria = Success for the School Room 201Anore Horton • AMY Shollenberger • Hunger Free Vermont, VT How a Community-Based Mentor Program Breaks Down Barriers to Equity and Supports Student Achievement Room 203Christine Baker • Donna Maria Cameron • Sara Anderson • Devin Medero • Dominica Ribeiro • Lori Scales • Attleboro Community Academy, MA Reimagining Family Engagement Through an Equity Lens Room 101Christine Vulopas • Ann Walsh • 1647, MA Empowering Student Voice Through Personal Learning Plans, Gateway Exhibitions, Applied Learning, and Capstone Presentations Room 105/106Andrea Freed • Mark Tinkham • Lydia Leimbach • Olivea Bean • Madisyn Smith • Hall-Dale Middle School & High School, ME Expanding Student Voice: Lessons Learned From Launching a Superintendent’s Student Cabinet Room 204Cariel Brazoban Lora • Kiara Morera • Chantel Diaz • Jamillette Gombs • Kimberly Rodriguez • Denise Snyder • Nelson Butten • Lawrence Public Schools, MA Improving School Culture and Teacher Practice Using Student Perception Surveys Room 104Ted Hall • Don Weafer • Great Schools Partnership Increasing Engagement in Mathematics Through Voice and Choice Room 208/209Jared Sawyer • Laurie Greenwood • Dawn Van Blenis • Lydia Mays • Melrose Public Schools, MA No Data, No Equity: Using Data to Inform Instructional Practice Room 205/206Arielle Sprotzer • Hayley Didriksen • Great Schools Partnership Special Education in the Competency-Based Classroom Room 203Ashley Harbel • Sarah Brown • Scott Maxwell • Sanborn Regional High School, NH Student-Centered Assessment Network: High School Teachers Collaborating to Improve Outcomes for all Students Room 103Melissa Tallardy • David Axelson • Susan Vollucci • Mary Bridget Burns • W Tad Johnston • American Institutes for Research, DC • Westerly High School, RI • East Providence High School, RI • Central Falls High School, RI

1:15pm