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July 13–14, 2018

What is the Leadership Institute 2018?

In its second year, the Leadership Institute provides new content, ideas and resources to facilitate each attendee’s growth in their leadership role through networking, skill-building and knowledge-sharing. This year’s event will focus on STEM learning and equity through policy and practice. Sessions are designed to provide tools/resources for school board members to develop leadership skills in order to promote local district policy making and practices that support the growth of STEM with an emphasis on equity, access and excellence. Plus, with school safety being top of mind for education leaders, we’re incorporating a special workshop to address school safety.

Who should attend?

This event is designed to address the challenges school board members and superintendents face daily as education leaders.

Who's Speaking?

Hadi Partovi

Hadi Partovi

Tech entrepreneur and CEO, Code.org

Maggie Johnson

Maggie Johnson

Vice President of Education and University Programs, Google

Ann Miura-Ko

Ann Miura-Ko

Co-founder, FLOODGATE

Kimberly Bryant

Kimberly Bryant

Founder and CEO, Black Girls CODE

Stephanie Castillo

Stephanie Castillo

Executive Director, Latina Girls Code

Susan Decker

Susan Decker

Senior Governance Consultant, BoardSource

Event Schedule

SessionSpeaker(s)TimeLocation

Registration

2:00 - 6:00 PM
SessionSpeaker(s)TimeLocation

Registration

7:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Breakfast

08:00 AM – 09:00 AM

General Session

Purposeful Leadership
Mike Walsh , Vernon M. Billy , Susan Decker 09:00 – 10:00 AMGrand Ballroom

Break

10:00 – 10:15 AM

STEM: Model Programs and Promising Practices

Jill McGrady , Dawn O’Connor , Juan Cruz , Diane Walker , Bruce Simon , Christina O’Guinn , Vincent Stewart 10:15 AM – NoonTwin Peaks

Computer Science: Educating for Equity and Access

Paul Werner , Hai Hong , Jared Amalong , Allison Scott, PhD 10:15 AM – NoonSea Cliff

Addressing Math (Mis)Placement: What Boards Can Do

Neal Finkelstein , Jim Ryan , Rebecca Vyduna , Kim Bambao , Valerie Cuevas , Mary Briggs , Tezeta Stewartz 10:15 AM – NoonPresidio

School Safety, Climate and Conditions

Luan Burman Rivera , Trudy Raymundo , Theodore Alejandre , Matt Balzarini 10:15 AM – NoonPacific Heights

Luncheon and General Session

Talking Tech: A Conversation with Ann Miura-Ko
Ann Miura-Ko , Mike Walsh Noon – 1:30 PMGrand Ballroom

STEM: Model Programs and Promising Practices

Jill McGrady , Dawn O’Connor , Juan Cruz , Diane Walker , Bruce Simon , Christina O’Guinn , Vincent Stewart 1:30 – 3:15 PMTwin Peaks

Computer Science: Educating for Equity and Access

Paul Werner , Hai Hong , Jared Amalong , Allison Scott, PhD 1:30 – 3:15 PMSea Cliff

Addressing Math (Mis)Placement: What Boards Can Do

Jim Ryan , Rebecca Vyduna , Kim Bambao , Valerie Cuevas , Mary Briggs , Tezeta Stewartz 1:30 – 3:15 PMPresidio

School Safety, Climate and Conditions

Neal Finkelstein , Luan Burman Rivera , Trudy Raymundo , Theodore Alejandre , Matt Balzarini 1:30 – 3:15 PMPacific Heights

General Session

Creating the Leaders of the Future
Maggie Johnson 3:30 – 5:00 PMGrand Ballroom

Our Event Sponsors

Our sponsors make events like this happen!

Presenting sponsor

ENGIE Services U.S. is a national energy infrastructure and building services company that improves learning environments through next-generation technologies for campuses across California.

Breakfast sponsor

General session sponsor

Other supporters

Venue

ThePalaceSF

Palace Hotel

2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA  94105
(415) 512-1111

$299
Regular
  • Until 5:00 p.m.
  • on June 12
$375
Late
  • Before 5:00 p.m.
  • on July 6
$425
Other
  • For individuals not affiliated
  • with any school district or COE

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