Driving Progress with the 6 's
This exciting new framework will allow us to collectively engage, connect, learn, and share to drive progress toward our common agenda.
Renew energy, passion, and enthusiasm to work toward achieving our common agenda
Define what needs to be done now! Develop and effectively communicate a clear and compelling vision
Design high-impact actions to drive meaningful change. Here is where the work really happens, and actual progress is made
Strengthen capability, confidence, and commitment to continuous learning. Share resources, tools, and best practices
Establish strong and collaborative relationships and collectively translate our shared vision into mutually reinforcing actions
Accelerate growth and progress by leveraging the power of working groups. Continuously broaden and diversify the range of action to reach new audiences and amplify impact
EMMY AWARD-WINNING ARTIST
Treble NLS is from Pittsburgh, PA and works with 1Hood Media as lead teaching artist and arts coordinator. Treble’s message lies within his name, NLS, which means Never Lose Sight.
CHRISTA L. CACERES
PRESIDENT OF THE MONROE COUNTY CHAPTER NAACP
Christa Caceres holds an M.S. in Law and Public Policy from California University of PA. She is the 2nd Vice-President & Political Action Chair for the NAACP PA State Conference.
STATE SENATOR VINCENT HUGHES
DEMOCRATIC APPROPRIATIONS CHAIR
Sen. Hughes has been a member of the PA Senate for over 20 years. He holds a major role in developing Pennsylvania’s annual budget, carefully guiding the state’s spending priorities.
DIRECTOR OF POLICY RESEARCH AT RESEARCH FOR ACTION
David Lapp oversees a range of education research and policy projects. He directed the creation of RFA’s Educational Opportunity Dashboard, a tool to examine disparities in access to educational opportunities.
Submit a Proposal
Join the conversation!
We invite you to submit a proposal to engage with our audience and collectively create actionable paths to diversifying the educator workforce. Concurrent sessions will be offered each of the three days of the virtual summit (June 20th, June 21st and June 22nd). Sessions will be about 75 minutes in length. We encourage presenters to think outside the box and propose innovative session formats that encourage audience participation and engagement.
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DUE BY: June 5th, 2023 11:59 PM EST