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REL Midwest Event: Transforming The Culture Of Education- Documentary Screening
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May 13, 2021

Time: 2:00 -3: 00 central

Location: Virtual

Registration Link: https://www.dptv.org/2021/transforming-the-culture-of-education/

Description: What helps teachers excel in their classrooms? What conditions can schools create to attract the best people to the teaching profession and retain them? What resources and support do they need to make the greatest positive impact on the education of their students?

Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Midwest has produced a 30-minute documentary, in collaboration with Detroit Public TV, to explore these questions and how districts and schools can develop supportive working environments for teachers. The film is entitled, “Transforming the Culture of Education: Improving Teacher Working Conditions.”

In a special one-hour virtual event on May 13 from 3-4pm ET, Detroit Public TV will screen this important documentary and then offer a panel discussion on the issues raised in the film, moderated by Sarah Rand of REL Midwest.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Midwest Alliance to Improve Teacher Preparation

Audience: The intended audience for this event is school district leaders, school leaders, and teaches.

Speakers:

  • Sarah Rand, Senior Communications Specialist, REL Midwest at the American Institutes for Research (AIR)
  • Derrick Coleman, Superintendent, River Rouge School District; River Rouge, MI
  • Carol Dawson, Principal, Grant Elementary School; Grant, MI
  • Natalya Gnedko-Berry, Senior Researcher, REL Midwest at AIR
  • Lucy Steiner, Senior Vice President of Educator Excellence & Implementation Services, Public Impact
Contact
Sarah Rand
srand@air.org
(312) 513-1035
More Information
Agenda for this event  PDF File ( 139 KB )
Category
REL Events
Organization
Regional Educational Laboratory Program
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