INSIGHTS FROM LEADING VOICES IN ACCELERATING LEARNING, EQUITY, AND WELL-BEING:
CCEE is honored to invite some of the leading voices in educational equity, instructional practice, and systems change to our virtual stage. Join us, on your own time, in listening, watching, reading, and learning from our speakers as they tackle the key questions that frame Leading Forward:
Share your thoughts on what you’ve heard on social media: #LeadingForward2021
“Compassionate Systems and the Path to Leading Forward in Education”
“Educating Students Equitably When Schools Reopen”
“Producing Students Who Are Good at Learning and Good at Life”
Summer Programming 2021
Game Planning Now for Summer Learning, Fun, and Equity
Labor-Management Systems Leadership
California State Association leaders share perspectives on the nature and importance of labor-management partnerships in public education. (33 minutes)
Panel members in alphabetical order of their last name:
The Labor-Management Systems Leadership Panel was moderated by Gustavo Morales from the California Labor Management Initiative.
As part of the continuing Leading Forward effort to support quality programming in summer 2021, the California Collaborative for Education Excellence convened an expert panel consisting of:
We join the panel as they discuss examples of district innovation, staffing solutions, key elements to consider when planning summer programming, and opportunities for district/community-based organization collaboration.
Dr. Michael Fullan is the Global Leadership Director, New Pedagogies for Deep Learning, former Dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto, and a worldwide authority on educational reform with a mandate of helping to achieve the moral purpose of all children learning. Dr. Fullan has been deeply embedded in the work of California’s school and district systems to focus on equitable access, opportunity, and outcomes for all of our students.
In this two-part talk, Dr. Fullan walks us through the new drivers of reform of whole system success, beginning with the connection that well-being has to learning. We revisit the work that he introduced around the right vs. wrong drivers of systems reform and systems coherence, both of which were pivotal in framing the work of California’s new accountability system and focus on a system-wide solution to supporting student success, ending with a reflection on the purpose of the education system today.
Please share your thoughts with us and with Dr. Fullan on social media:
@MichaelFullan1 @CCEECA #EducationalEquity # RightDrivers #LeadingForward2021
The transcript of the first part Dr. Fullan’s talk can be found here.
The transcript of the second part of Dr. Fullan’s talk can be found here.
Dr. Pedro Noguera is Dean of the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California. An educator and researcher, Dr. Noguera focuses on the role and responsibilities of schools to inquire, engage, and invest in issues of equity in education.
Please join us for a two-part talk Dr. Noguera’s gives on how we must keep focused on student equity as we prepare for the reopening of schools. He asks us two fundamental questions:
Please share your thoughts with us and with Dr. Noguera on social media:
@PedroANoguera @CCEECA #EducationalEquity #LeadingForward2021
The transcript of the first part of Dr. Noguera’s talk can be found here.
The transcript of the second part of Dr. Noguera’s talk can be found here.
Dr. Peter Senge is a co-founder of the Center for Systems Awareness, focusing on promoting shared understanding of complex issues and shared leadership for healthier human systems.
Listen to Dr. Senge speak about the critical point our classrooms, schools, and society have reached and the role we all must play as leaders in facilitating a systems change that takes the whole child and whole community into account. Access his transcription here. A link to the British Columbia Ministry of Education’s Report on Mental Health Strategy and Well-being can be found here.
The transcript of Dr. Senge’s talk can be found here.