Be at Education Week’s Leaders To Learn From 2015 to salute our nation’s most innovative administrators.
This event is the ONLY time and place you can join these dynamic educators in person to celebrate their achievements and learn their secrets.
Meet more than 150 of our nation’s most influential superintendents, education leaders, elected officials, and representatives from the U.S. Department of Education.
Seating is limited, please register today!
When will you get another chance to come together with America’s leading educators as peers to discover immediate, actionable opportunities to make districts, schools, and day-to-day operations work more effectively?
Register today and join with superintendents, policymakers, association leaders, and other education and industry executives already registered from all across the country.
Together, let’s recognize what’s best in American education today as you share ideas, see firsthand what’s working, and discover cost-effective solutions to the challenges and opportunities in your own schools.
You’ll hear the story of each of our 2015 Leaders To Learn From honorees and get the full picture of how they were able to bring remarkable results to nearly every facet of K–12 education.
This is not theory. The cases are not hypothetical. The policies and programs you will discover are already working in real classrooms and districts, often against long odds.
You will hear the stories right from the source—and understand the good, the bad, and the ugly that went into these hard-won victories.
On March 18, 2015, you have your one and only chance to be part of Education Week’s Leaders To Learn From day in Washington, D.C. It’s the only event of its kind in the country.
Be there when new ideas are shared, when new partnerships form, and new plans take shape.
Be there to meet the Leaders To Learn From 2015 on March 18 in Washington, D.C., along with the editors of Education Week.
This is your only chance to meet all of these remarkable leaders in one place.
Deborah S. Delisle
Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education
Michael Fullan, O.C.
Adviser to the Premier and Minister of Education in Ontario