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What: 2020 Carnegie Foundation Summit on Improvement in Education
When: April 1–3, 2020
Where: San Francisco Marriott Marquis
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The Carnegie Foundation’s seventh annual Summit on Improvement in Education is scheduled at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, April 1–3, 2020. The Summit draws more than two thousand of the best minds at the vanguard of improving education.
Keynote speakers include:
- Anthony S. Bryk, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
- Father Gregory Boyle, Founder and Executive Director of Homeboy Industries
- John B. Diamond and Amanda E. Lewis, Co-authors of Despite the Best Intentions: Why Racial Inequality Persists in Good Schools
- Francesca Gino, Author of Rebel Talent
Choose from more than 100 breakout sessions led by practitioners, policymakers, and education innovators in order to:
- Learn new skills and tools such as measurement for improvement, empathy tools and techniques, data visualization, coaching inquiry cycles, and leading improvement reviews;
- Get all the practical takeaways you need on initiating and growing networks, setting up a network hub for success, network leadership, and measuring network health; and
- Discover how practitioners and organizations are applying principles of networked improvement science to achieve better educational outcomes, and hear lessons learned from leaders who have taken on improvement work.
Make connections and join the largest—and growing—community of educators, researchers, innovators, and policymakers dedicated to challenging the status quo and changing how the education field learns to improve.
The Carnegie Foundation’s sixth annual Summit on Improvement in Education, scheduled at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis April 1–3, 2020, draws more than two thousand of the best minds at the vanguard of improving education. This event provides a singular opportunity to expand your knowledge of the principles, skills, and tools of networked improvement science in order to address complex problems in education. Come to participate in the largest—and growing—community of educators, researchers, innovators, and policymakers dedicated to challenging the status quo and changing how the education field learns to improve.