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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 203Cari Medd • Mrs. Peinado • Poland Regional High School, ME Moving Beyond GPA: How CBE Schools Are Using the Mastery Transcript to Drive Equity and Engagement Room 104Mastery Transcript Consortium, MI Why Are We Still Tracking Kids in Middle School and High School? Room 201Craig Kesselheim • Dan Liebert • Great Schools Partnership Competency-Based Education in Michigan Districts Room 205/206Phoebe Gohs • Michigan Department of Education, MI Igniting the “Fuse” of Personalization: Cross-Collaboration and Thought-Partnering Around Priority Practices Room 114Highlander 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 1011647, MA Youth Apprenticeship as a High-Quality, Post-Secondary Path: Equitable, Accessible, and Career-Focused Room 117Community 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 204Project LEARN, MA • Lowell Public Schools, MA The Heart of Personalized Learning: Student Choice Through Independent Projects Room 115Big 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 108/109Brown University, RI

2:45pm

Improving Outcomes of Disadvantaged Students: Using High-Functioning Teams to Build Relationships, Monitor Progress, and Develop Interventions Room 203Cari Medd • Mrs. Peinado • Poland Regional High School, ME Why Are We Still Tracking Kids in Middle School and High School? Room 201Craig Kesselheim • Dan Liebert • Great Schools Partnership Equity Starts With Connection: Data That Matters Room 101Champlain 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 114Highlander 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 Let’s Talk: Race and Racism in Our Classrooms, Schools, and Communities Room 103Christina Horner • Steve Sell • Carrie McWilliams • Great Schools Partnership 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 117Community College System of New Hampshire, NH Youth Voices Matter: Advancing Equity Through Student-Led Training and Leadership Room 204Project LEARN, MA • Lowell Public Schools, MA No Data, No Equity: Using Data to Inform Instructional Practice Room 205/206Arielle Sprotzer • Hayley Didriksen • Great Schools Partnership The Heart of Personalized Learning: Student Choice Through Independent Projects Room 115Big 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 Equity in Strategic Planning and Beyond Room 208/209Katie Thompson • Sarah Linet • Great Schools Partnership Moving Beyond GPA: How CBE Schools Are Using the Mastery Transcript to Drive Equity and Engagement Room 104Mastery Transcript Consortium, MI Supporting Personalized Learning Through Professional Development and Collaborative Leadership Structures Room 117Kathleen 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 205/206Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, RI Equity Starts With Connection: Data That Matters Room 101Champlain Valley Union High School, VT Leveraging Student Data to Catalyze Change Room 105/106Pascack Valley High School, NJ How a Community-Based Mentor Program Breaks Down Barriers to Equity and Supports Student Achievement Room 203Attleboro Community Academy, MA Students at the Center: Replacing Silos With Webs of Support Room 201Rachel Babcock • Josh Charpentier • Map Academy Charter School, MA Improving School Culture and Teacher Practice Using Student Perception Surveys Room 103Ted Hall • Don Weafer • Great Schools Partnership 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 115National Geographic Education, DC Using Mirrors & Windows to Be Culturally Responsive Educators Room 108/109Brown 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 108/109Danville School, VT Equitable Access to College and Career Readiness Opportunities in Rhode Island Room 205/206Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, RI How a Community-Based Mentor Program Breaks Down Barriers to Equity and Supports Student Achievement Room 203Attleboro 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 114Portland Empowered, ME • MaineSpark, ME Empowering Student Voice Through Personal Learning Plans, Gateway Exhibitions, Applied Learning, and Capstone Presentations Room 105/106Mark 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 204Kimberly Rodriguez • Denise Snyder • Nelson Butten • Lawrence Public Schools, MA Increasing Engagement in Mathematics Through Voice and Choice Room 208/209Melrose Public Schools, MA Student Voice Through Storytelling Room 202Michelle Ortiz • Cari Strand • High School in the Community, CT Grading and Reporting for Educational Equity Room 101Michelle Milstein • Kate Gardoqui • Great Schools Partnership National Geographic’s Geo-Inquiry Process: Project-Based Learning for Community Change Room 115National Geographic Education, DC Proficiency: Lose the Label, Deepen Practice Room 117University of Southern Maine, ME

10:45am

Continuous Improvement in Education: Orientation to a Practitioner-Friendly Toolkit for Schools and Districts Room 117Education Development Center, MA Renovating Educational Systems Through Teacher and Student Leadership Room 108/109Danville School, VT Equity as a District Focus: Supporting School Leaders for the Heavy Lift Room 202Capitol Region Education Council: CREC, CT Eating Is Elementary to Education: Equity in the Cafeteria = Success for the School Room 201AMY Shollenberger • Hunger Free Vermont, VT Leading for Equity and Personalization Through Equitable Community Engagement Room 115Mo Nuñez • Carrie McWilliams • Glennys Sanchez • Great Schools Partnership Reimagining Family Engagement Through an Equity Lens Room 1011647, MA Empowering Student Voice Through Personal Learning Plans, Gateway Exhibitions, Applied Learning, and Capstone Presentations Room 105/106Mark 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 204Kimberly Rodriguez • Denise Snyder • Nelson Butten • Lawrence Public Schools, MA Improving School Culture and Teacher Practice Using Student Perception Surveys Room 103Ted Hall • Don Weafer • Great Schools Partnership Increasing Engagement in Mathematics Through Voice and Choice Room 208/209Melrose Public Schools, MA Educating the Whole Child: Whole Schools and Whole Communities Partnering to Ensure Equity Room 114Matthew Drewette-Card • Maine ASCD, ME 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 203Sanborn Regional High School, NH Student-Centered Assessment Network: High School Teachers Collaborating to Improve Outcomes for all Students Room 104American Institutes for Research, DC • Central Falls High School, RI • East Providence High School, RI • Westerly High School, RI

1:15pm