The BCIU’s Leadership Series is three days of learning designed for teams of district-level curriculum leaders, school-based administrators, and teacher leaders.
“We have an opportunity to finally bring our schools into the future and transform them into nimble systems that can personalize and customize instruction and supports for ALL learners, while simultaneously restoring dignity and honor to teaching and reigniting the joy of learning for all.” -AASA
Individual (Member) $350/person | Individual (Non-Member) $425/person
Teams of 3 or more (Members) $300/person | Teams of 3 or more (Non-Members) $375/person
Act 45 attendees: Please add a surcharge of $50 per person.
Your full-day registration fee includes: Morning beverages | Lunch | Refreshments
Registration Deadline is September 30, 2022
As the Lead Superintendent for AASA’s National Superintendent Certification Program, Dr. Amy Sichel combines her real-life experiences and understanding of the current key issues to lead others to take bold steps to reshape schools to maximize achievement for ALL students through student-centered and future-driven education. Dr. Sichel is the former Superintendent of Abington School District, where she was named the 2010 PA Superintendent of the Year. She has been an advocate for equity-oriented approaches in schools and has worked with AASA to further refine the Learning 2025 program.
Dr. Karen Garza has led the recent transformation of Battelle for Kids, including the emphasis on realizing the power and promise of 21st century learning for every student, the increasing adoption of Portraits of a Graduate by school systems across the country, and the additions of EdLeader21 and the Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) into the Battelle for Kids family. Dr. Garza is a frequent thought leader on 21st-century education through her writings and presentations at state and national conferences.
Known for his ability to inspire leaders and build new opportunities for student success, Dr. David R. Schuler earned the title of 2018 Illinois and National Superintendent of the Year and served as the 2015-2016 President of AASA, The School Superintendents Association. In the latter role, he spearheaded the national Redefining Ready! movement, which redefines what it means for students to be college, career and life ready. He currently leads the national Redefining Ready! Cohort and facilitates the Aspiring Superintendents Academy through AASA, where he shares his perspectives on leadership and helps develop the next generation of outstanding leaders who lift up public education.
This series is designed for teams of district-level curriculum leaders, school-based administrators, and teacher leaders.
Act 45: Application has been made to the Pennsylvania Department of Education to provide Act 45 credit hours. If approval is received, this workshop will be offered for 38 Continuing Professional Education for School & System Leaders Act 45 hours. Administrators participating in this program for Act 45 hours are required to attend all three sessions and complete twenty hours of job-embedded assignments and a culminating project.
Act 48: Individuals attending these workshops must arrive on time and stay for the entire workshop in order to receive 6 (six) Act 48 Professional Education hours per session.
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Dr. Christina Foehl
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