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Dear Cal TURN Colleague, Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for March 2-3, 2017 at the Westin Sacramento, 4800 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento, CA. Our conference will focus on A Systems Approach to Promoting Excellence and Equity.
Dear Cal TURN Colleague, Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for October 6-7, 2016 at the Corona-Norco Teachers Association, 1189 Mountain Ave, Norco, CA. Our conference will focus on Building Capacity to Maximize Continuous Improvement and Excellence: Diving Deeper.
Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for March 3-4, 2016 in Sacramento, CA. Our conference will focus on Building Capacity to Maximize Continuous Improvement and Excellence. We will continue our focus on 4 priorities from the LCAP template: pupil engagement, school climate, student achievement and parental involvement.
Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for October 15-16, 2015 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, One Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101. Our conference will focus on Promoting Excellence through Equity and Empowerment: A Close Look at Social-Emotional Learning and Formative Assessment.
Save the Date California TURN Conference October 15-16 in San Diego, CA
This post originally appeared at EdWeek Teacher on March 9, 2015. While most of my focus this year has been dedicated to visiting schools around California, I'm also making time for professional activities, most recently attending the California regional meeting of the Teacher Union Reform Network (CalTURN).
Lisa Simon and Sam Buenrostro of Corona-Norco Unified School District, speaking at CalTURN Conference, 3/5/15 (photo: David B. Cohen)In a conversation moderated by Pat Dolan, teacher union leaders and district administrators from Corona-Norco Unified School District shared real challenges and important lessons about labor-management collaboration to improve teaching and learning.