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Thursday, June 20 • 1:10pm - 2:10pm
The Achievement Gap as a Leadership Gap: How States, Districts, Schools, and Higher Education Can Improve P-12 Learning Outcomes

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Lessons learned from Chicago Public Schools when moving from “the worst school system in America” (Sec. William Bennet, 1987) to “among the fastest improving districts in the U.S.” (Stanford University Study, 2017). This presentation demonstrates how schools leveraged an intensive school leadership pipeline initiative since 1996 to achieve a dramatic and sustained improvement with state and national implications on school improvement policy and practice.

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Steven Tozer

Steve Tozer is Professor in Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois Chicago and founding coordinator of the UIC EdD Program in Urban Education Leadership, which is the first university-based program to be awarded Exemplary Status by the George W. Bush Institute Alliance... Read More →


Thursday June 20, 2019 1:10pm - 2:10pm
Bank OZK Arena Hot Springs Convention Center
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