2017 OACOA/OASE/OASBO Winter Conference
"Learning and Leading...Moving Oregon Forward"
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- Kristin Anderson, Director of Professional Learning, Corwin - "Implementation Science" Kristin Anderson is a longtime student of the field, a passionate educator, and an inspirational leader. Kristin is the author of Data Teams Success Stories Volume 1, Real Time Decisions, and getting started with Rigorous Curriculum Design. She has worked for several years in delivering and designing professional development for Edison Schools and the Leadership and Learning Center. Kristin will address the conditions necessary for implementing change and the high leverage practices that administrators should use to ensure effective implementation. - Bio
- Noelle Ellerson Ng, Associate Executive Director, Policy & Advocacy, AASA - "Federal Education Update": Ms. Ellerson Ng, who heads up AASA’s federal advocacy department, will walk through what is on deck for the new year, the new Congress, and the new administration, and what all three mean for opportunities to move public policy that supports and strengthens our nation’s public schools. Topics will include, but are not limited to, Every Student Succeeds Act, federal appropriations, regulations, health care, and more. A follow-up session will be available. - Bio
A special thanks to Winter Conference Sponsors!