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Thursday, December 1 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
How to ensure your graduates are “Future-Ready"

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Creating your vision of the graduate is exciting and creates the kind of energy that only a new beginning can inspire. But now what? This session will focus on the importance of engaging all stakeholders in moving your vision of the graduate from a lofty goal to an attainable reality that builds future-ready graduates. We will discuss the value of adopting a systems approach with your vision of the graduate at the heart of the work. We will explore some of the most transformative change levers for operationalizing your vision and share examples of how one Connecticut district has continually deepened the work and kept all stakeholders engaged. This session is designed for school or district leaders who either have a vision of the graduate or are in the process of building one. Participation in the workshop will help districts design a systems-based approach to transformation. This session will be especially useful for district teams.

IMPORTANT: Please note that there is an additional fee for this workshop. If you are interested in attending, but did not yet pay, please contact mlarson@neasc.org

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Diane Ullman, PhD

International Accreditation Leader, NEASC
Diane brings to her NEASC work, broad experience as a superintendent, management consultant, and leadership development consultant in a wide range of settings. She has led accreditation visiting teams in Asia, India, Africa, South America, Central America, and Europe. Prior to becoming... Read More →
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Kelly Lyman

Commission Member, NEASC
Kelly has been a member of the Commission on International Education at the New England Association of Schools and Colleges for five years. In that time she has served as lead or team member on visits to schools in Europe, Central America, and the United States. Several of these visits... Read More →

Thursday December 1, 2022 9:00am - 12:00pm EST
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