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Welcome – Dr. Elaine Perea, Barbara Armijo, Dr. Joseph Goins
Keynote Speaker – Dr. Bill Daggett
Learning 2025: Preparing Students for Their Future, NOT Our Past
Equity, social justice, Social-Emotional Learning, mental health, and a rigorous and relevant instructional program for all students are recent but critical issues that schools today are required to address. Meanwhile, the demands of the past have not gone away. The brick-and-mortar school model of the last century with the bell schedule, boundaries, rules, regulations, certifications, tenures, contracts, and a hyper-focus on meeting proficiency on high-stakes tests continue to demand attention. While the demands continue to compound, a silver lining is emerging through the hardships brought on by COVID. It has created a tipping point for many educators, policy makers, business leaders, and parents around the immediate need to transform our education system. The pandemic has also taught us that change is possible in the ways we had not imagined even one year ago.
**Note: The videos shared by Dr. Daggett during his presentation are not active in the slides. You will need to view the session recording to see them.
Career Pathways and Preparing for High Value Careers – Tracey Bryan, The Bridge of Southern NM
Computer Science/IT Careers –
Paige Prescott, CSTA-NM and Melody Hagaman-Burns, LCPS
Bridging the Gap to Success Through CTSOs – Christine Phipps, CTLP, and CTSO Panel
Career Guidance Messaging for Today’s Workforce Needs – Bobbi Eichhorst, CCRB
Attendance Success Act: Implementing the Tiers of Support –
Jessica Harper, PED
Lunch & Listen
with Hasan Davis
Using an Early Warning System (EWS) to Address Attendance
Felicia N. Walker, Talent Development Secondary
How K12 and College Partnerships Lead to Student Resiliency and Success – Jennifer McDonald, CNM
Next Step Plans: How to Make Them Useful – Elesha Fetrow and Tina Garcia, Rio Rancho