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Thursday, March 29 • 10:30am - 4:00pm
Building a Culture of Continuous Improvement for Equity

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Continuous improvement is all the rage, but how can schools "get better at getting better" in a way that is engaging, sustainable and gets us closer to equity and deeper learning? In this highly interactive deep dive, participants will experience tools and strategies for embedding improvement work into existing professional development structures to develop and support a culture of continuous improvement. Educators, leaders, policy makers and students are encouraged to attend, and will leave with a concrete plan for supporting improvement work in their own contexts.

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Stacey Caillier

Director, Center for Research on Equity and Innovation (CREI) at the High Tech High Graduate School of Education
Stacey Caillier Ph.D. is Director of the Research Institute, where she supports research projects within and beyond the HTH schools, and a core faculty member in the HTH GSE. She has been with the GSE since its inception in 2006, previously serving as the Director of the Teacher... Read More →
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Daisy Sharrock

Project Director, High Tech High Graduate School of Ed
Daisy Sharrock leads the Mathematical Agency Improvement Community (MAIC), a network of 16 southern California schools working to abolish the phrase "I am not a math person." The network of teachers and administrators uses improvement science tools and methodologies to identify, test... Read More →

Thursday March 29, 2018 10:30am - 4:00pm PDT
HTHI 122/123