Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum Coordinated by Antioch Center for School Renewal, Nov. 5-7 in Portland, Maine

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The Antioch Center for School Renewal, in partnership with an innovative, experienced, international network of organizations, districts, schools, and teachers who share Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) belief that powerful education is about relationships, authentic experiences, and collaborative, equitable communities, invites attendees to register for Fall Forum 2015: Connecting Conversation. Scheduled for November 5-7 at the Westin Portland Harborview Hotel in Portland, Maine, the national conference presents a wonderful opportunity for participants to join long-time Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) members and new voices in building new networks of like-minded change agents.  Connect with the more than 500+ innovative educators, school leaders, students, and policy makers attending from around the country and beyond.

The CES is at the forefront of creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools. Essential schools are places of powerful learning where all students have the chance to reach their fullest potential.

For more details and registration information visit: CES Fall Forum 2015

 

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