The Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS) is hosting a virtual mini-conference for superintendents Jan. 20- 21, 2021 to delve into the topic of “Language and Literacy: Mitigating Learning Loss.” The event will focus on how school leaders can evaluate the impact of the pandemic on student learning and how to help students catch up.
The event will kick-off with a panel discussion about data with prominent school leaders – Chancellor Richard Carranza (New York City Dept. of Ed.), Susana Cordova (superintendent, Denver Public Schools), Guadalupe Guerrero (superintendent, Portland Public Schools), and Dr. Christina Kishimoto (superintendent, Hawaii State Dept. of Ed.). Media will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Registration Price:Virtual Individual: $49 Early Bird; $60 RegularVirtual District Packages: $1,000 for unlimited number of attendees
Join in LIVE or plan your own PLC/PD day with the recorded workshops*
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