EPLC Conference – 2006

Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference 2006

Policymakers, educators, parents, business and community leaders gathered in Harrisburg on March 12-14, 2006 for the Fourth Annual Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference.

The event featured two Pre-Conference Workshops on “Building Effective Community-Based Education Foundations: Important Partners for School Districts” and “Interventions that Work to Improve Student Achievement – What Have We Learned; What Are We Doing”.

EPLC thanks its 2006 Conference Sponsors:

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Conference Presentations Available Online

“Using 4Sight to Improve Student Achievement by Creating a District-Wide Professional Development Focus”
by James Turner, Director, Partnership for School Improvement, University of Pittsburgh
MS Powerpoint Format

“Wilkinsburg School District 4Sight Benchmark Assessment 2005-06”
by Diane Chessman, Math Coach, Wilkinsburg School District
MS Powerpoint Format

“Pennsylvania Inspired Leadership Initiative: Creating Inspired Leaders at All Levels”
by Sharon Brumbaugh, Executive Policy Specialist, Pennsylvania Department of Education
MS Powerpoint Format

“PAGE1: Pennsylvania Achievement Gap Effort”
by James Buckheit, Executive Director, Pennsylvania State Board of Education
MS Powerpoint Format

“The State of the Child 2006”
by Joan Benso, President, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children
MS Powerpoint Format

“Effective School Leaders and Student Achievement”
by Dr. Robert Feir, Senior Fellow, EPLC
MS Powerpoint Format

“Research Shows: Children Learn More from National Board Certified Teachers”
by Rosalie Dibert, Teacher, Pittsburgh Public Schools and Carla Claycomb, Senior Specialist, Policies and Programs, Pennsylvania State Education Association
MS Powerpoint Format

“Governor’s Commission on Training America’s Teachers”
by Dr. Robert Feir, Executive Director, Governor’s Commission
MS Powerpoint Format

“The Power of Progress & Achievement: Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System”
by Kristen Lewald, Coordinator, Pennsylvania Value-Added Assessment System and Pamela McCartney, Consultant, Lancaster-Lebanon I.U. #13
MS Powerpoint Format

“Fixing Pennsylvania’s Ineffective K-12 Funding System: Are We Making Progress?”
by Dr. Eric Elliott, Assistant Director of Research, Pennsylvania State Education Association
MS Powerpoint Format

Plenary Session on “What’s Working with NCLB and What’s Not: Messages for the Congress”
Comments by James Testerman, Vice-President, Pennsylvania State Education Association
MS Word Format

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