researchED US returns in November! #rEDPhil19

As I mentioned in last week’s post, Ed Cases, I have a lot to catch y’all up on. (Thanks, by the way, for all the nice comms regarding the new book. If you pre-ordered, I sure hope you like it.)

Today, just wanted to update you on that planning for researchED US 2019 is fully underway. We’re very excited for the day that’s coming together (which, by the way, is 16 November in Philadelphia–get there and bring an army!!).

If you visit the event site above, you’ll see a decided tilt toward evidence-supported practices — folks coming to share, in other words, about how and why they’re changing practices in their settings: keynote Sonja Santelises (Baltimore Public Schools) and Jackson-Madison, Tennessee’s Jared Myracle will be talking about district-wide work they’re leading, Emily Hanford will be leading a panel of teachers to share about their classroom practices, the Ed Trust’s Karin Chenoweth will be talking about how exemplary schools and leaders are changing practice toward improved outcomes and climates, etc., etc.

We have several more speakers confirmed (and in-progress), and I’ll be getting those up to the site in the coming weeks. (And trust me: they’re pretty damn exciting.)

In the meantime, consider calling a bunch of teacher friends and coming over to Philly the weekend of 16 November. Ask anyone who’s attended a researchED conference and they’ll tell you, you won’t be quite the same afterward.

PLEASE SHARE AND RETWEET

FOR REMEMEBER: YOU, READER, ARE OUR ONLY MEANS OF PROMOTION. THANK YOU!

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