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Fall Forum: Demanding Education that Matters

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Fall Forum: Demanding Education that Matters

Time: November 10, 2010 to November 13, 2010
Location: San Francisco Marriott Marquis
Street: 55 Fourth Street
City/Town: San Francisco, CA 94103
Website or Map: http://www.essentialschools.o…
Phone: 510-433-1841 x1912
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Coalition of Essential Schools
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2010

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The Coalition of Essential Schools invites you to San Francisco to Fall Forum: Demanding Education that Matters, a professional development experience for K-12 educators featuring powerful exchanges of innovative practices and democratic policies that increase equitable student achievement. Fall Forum offers a range of solutions and approaches from schools and districts effectively serving a wide range of student populations and communities.

Fall Forum opens on Wednesday, November 10 with a range of day-long school visits to Bay Area elementary, middle and high schools—district and charter schools, new start-ups and long-established schools—all implementing innovative strategies and approaches to reach every learner and develop the potential and effectiveness of all educators.

On Thursday, November 11. Fall Forum continues with day-long pre-conference sessions that delve deeply into creating meaningful teaching and learning and sustaining lasting school change. Sessions include:
• Fine-Tuning Rigorous Project Based Learning for the 21st Century
• Inquiry for Equity: Getting Beyond the Data
• Giving Good Ideas a Fighting Chance: A Model for Implementing Successful and Sustainable School Transformation
• CES Youth Forum: Transformation through the Arts

See the Fall Forum website at http://www.essentialschools.org/events/4 for the full line-up of pre-conference sessions, and for a spotlight on Thursday night’s opening session featuring New York University professor and author Pedro Noguera.

Friday, November 12 and Saturday, November 13 offer two full days of over 150 workshops, interest groups, and other sessions organized into nine content strands: Assessment, Equitable Organizational Practices & Policy, Equitable Teaching & Learning-Curriculum, Equitable Teaching & Learning-Instruction, Family & Community Engagement, Policy & Advocacy, Professional Learning, Service-Learning, The Transformation Process, Youth Leadership. Featured speakers include Deborah Meier, Julian Weissglass, Linda Nathan, Kathleen Cushman, and more.

Visit http://www.essentialschools.org/events/4 to see the full range of workshops, featured speakers and sessions, daily or full-conference rates, and more information for this entry into powerful school transformation practices.

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