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Reimagining student experience at the Learning Forward conference

Please join members of our CEL team and partners from Oak Park School District (Michigan) and South Bay Union School District (California) as they help reimagine equitable student experiences in two sessions at the Learning Forward Annual Conference in Nashville on...

Grow Your Equity Stance as a Central Office Leader Webinar on March 28

CEL’s use of the 4 Dimensions of School Leadership™ and our facilitation of equity leadership diagnostic reviews across a set of school systems led us to recently revise the Principal Support Framework, a tool for central office leaders. The role of principal...

CEL to Present at AASA National Conference on Education 2022

We're excited to announce that we'll be presenting as part of the AASA National Conference on Education — and we invite you join us there! Session 1: Advancing Your Equity Stance as a Central Office Leader​​Wednesday, Feb 16, 20221-5p.m. CentralNashville, TN Central...

CEL Welcomes New Directors

This month, the Center for Education Leadership (CEL) welcomed two new directors to the team. Jonathan Aldanese, project director, joined CEL to provide professional development to school and district administrators as well as instructional coaches. Before joining...

Doors Open for Coaching Collaborative Registration

Seattle, WA The 2021-2022 Coaching Collaborative has opened for registration. This is a yearlong, side-by-side professional learning opportunity for coaches that's grounded in timeless principles — and responsive to whatever challenges arise in the teaching and...

Standing with the Asian Community

Inhumane acts like the Atlanta killings and the many instances of racism against the Asian Pacific American community hurt each one of us. Racism and misogyny must be eliminated. Please take time to see, listen to, and understand AAPI students and those most impacted...

Want to Tackle Learning Loss? First Listen to Your Students

What does it mean to tackle "learning loss" as a learning and equity-focused leader? Max Silverman, our executive director, reflected on this question. And he turned his thoughts into an essay that Education Week published online last week. Want to Tackle Learning...