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“Collaborate with leaders on your school reopening challenges and successes”
Will your school reopening plan meet your students’ needs? What feedback are you getting from your community, and how are you acting on it? The answers to these questions will depend on the unique set of circumstances your district is dealing with, but they’re questions all education leaders are wrestling with right now.
The most important action you and your fellow education leaders can take right now is to come together for mutual learning, support, and creativity to meet this once-in-a-lifetime challenge. In this interactive session, you’ll be able to share your reopening strategies and learn how other leaders are navigating the 2020/2021 school year.
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Dr. Chase has over 25 years of experience as an educator. As a teacher, she expertly taught and inspired young minds at both the elementary and secondary levels. Shortly after teaching at the secondary level, Dr. Chase became a teaching coach and then chaired the English Language Arts Department for several years. Dr. Chase led the Curriculum and Instruction Department for the Mount Vernon City School District, Mount Vernon, New York for six years. While there, she led numerous district-wide initiatives, including a full reading adoption, math adoption, curriculum mapping and assessment adoption.
Currently, Dr. Chase leads the Greenburgh Central School District in Hartsdale, New York as the Superintendent of Schools.
Andy brings an eclectic wealth of life experience to Thoughtexchange. He has worked as a development consultant, youth worker, teacher, international humanitarian aid worker, personal fitness trainer, professional musician, and pastor. Andy is committed to helping people achieve their goals, to seeing people thrive, and to building community along the way. Andy is one part empathy, one part tenacity, and one part faith. He believes that all things are possible, especially the things that seem impossible. Andy loves outdoor adventures, music, sports, and serving at his church. He lives in Edmonton with his wife Andrea, and their two children.