The high energy felt here gave me a renewed sense of what I am an administrator for.
Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Evans Newton Incorporated (ENI) is proud to announce the nationally recognized leaders and practitioners who will present at its Spring 2012 Educational Leadership and College and Career Readiness Symposium, April 25–27, 2012, in Scottsdale, AZ. The forum of education leaders includes:
- Dr. Paul D. Houston, ENI senior advisor, founding partner of the Center of Empowered Leadership, and advocate for the Common Core State Standards initiative, will discuss leadership excellence in whole-school transformation. In addition, Houston will moderate a panel discussion, titled “Leading Transformation,” addressing solutions and challenges experienced by successful schools and districts throughout the transformation process.
- Dr. Todd Flaherty, senior advisor to the National High School Center, president and CEO of The College Crusade of Rhode Island, and member of the ENI High School Advisory Board, will discuss a blueprint for successful high school reform.
- Mendy Spesard, principal, Meade Park Elementary, and Diane Hampel, educational support director, Danville School District #118, will share how leadership is driving transformation in their district and schools.
- Laurie Boyd, principal, Arrowhead Middle School, and Angela Wright, principal, Banneker Elementary School, of Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, will share their experience of transforming leadership in their schools and district.
- Elizabeth Menchaca, vice president of academic services, will present an overview of ENI’s Transformation Model, TargetTeach®.
- Cheryl Tibbals, senior advisor of product development and implementation, will conduct a session on the challenges that the new Common Core State Standards present for schools.
The symposium will be held at the Marriott at McDowell Mountains Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, and will feature interactive workshops and presentations. Participants will leave with concrete ideas for implementing systemic change and comprehensive data analyses that lead to increased student learning.
For more information, or to register, please contact Melissa Myers at 480.290.1035 or mmyers(at)evansnewton(dot)com. You can also register online at http://www.evansnewton.com/symposium. CEU credit is available for those who qualify.
About Evans Newton Incorporated
Since 1973, the professionals at ENI have worked with schools to improve student achievement, using innovative programs tailored to state objectives and standardized tests. ENI’s TargetTeach® process has been used by schools and districts across the country to create dramatic improvement in student performance while empowering teachers and school leaders through its research-based foundation for sustainable change. The company is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Learn more at: evansnewton.com.