This is the week! What I have been working for a couple months. This Wednesday and Thursday, February 24 & 25, the summit event will air. I have such a range of emotions. I hope you will take time out of your busy schedule to join us. I had such a wonderful time interviewing each of these intelligent and talented colleagues. There are some old friends and fabulous individuals that I count as new friends. I know if you take the time you will be glad you invested your time.
Please join a stellar panel of speakers that will be sharing their expertise and discussing how to achieve student success. Click here to register for the summit event.
Here is a sneak peak at what you will hear.
Anthony Muhammad, Ph.D — Overcoming the Achievement Gap Trap
Judy O’Loughlin — Advocating for Students with Limited or Interrupted Education (SLIFE LEARNERS)
Kathy Patton — Global Learning: The Key to Understanding and Change
Luis Cruz, Ph.D— A conversation with Dr. Luis F. Cruz: Is it time to rethink our traditional education system?
Kristen Large — Intervention: Building Confidence While Making an Impact
Delia McCabe, Ph.D — Eating for Academic Success
Alyssa Hoekstra — A Look Inside A Community Distance Learning Center
Antonio Cediel, Ph.D — Building Capacity through Critical Thinking and Engagement
Luis Javier Pentón Herrera, Ph.D— Ideas for the first and second language education of English Learners
Rosa Isiah, Ed.D— Crisis Leadership in Education: People First
Brenda Custodio, Ph.D — Supporting New Immigrant Arrivals
Julie Sweet — Practical Life Skills that Support Student Success
Cory Wade — The Need for Belonging, Significance & Fun
Louise Elliott — Children’s Nutrition: Fun, Imagination & Morals
Click here to register for the summit event.
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”
― Frederick Douglass
The joy is in the journey!
Blessings and Peace,