On behalf of the national EdCan Network of educators and event host Kevin Kaardal (Superintendent of Central Okanagan Public Schools), we invite you to join your fellow School District Superintendents/Directors of Education and Assistant Superintendents from across Canada at next year’s CEOs’ Forum, which will take place at the Hotel Eldorado Resort in Kelowna, B.C. from May 20th-22nd, 2020.
DISCUSSION THREAD: RE-IMAGINING WHAT’S POSSIBLE
This small private collegial gathering is valued for how it connects district leaders to a national discussion about the best evidence-based practice from across Canada and will include:
RE-IMAGINING DEEP LEARNING AND EQUITY
The Central Okanagan School District success story.
EXPLORING HOW SCHOOLS AND PEOPLE IN SCHOOLS CAN FLOURISH
The benefits of focusing on what works, what goes well and what brings vitality to people in schools.
PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL DESIGN THAT SUPPORTS DEEP LEARNING
A study tour of the newly-built Canyon Falls Middle School will exemplify what’s possible.
2020 CROSS-COUNTRY CHECK-UP
Sharing what’s happening in your provincial system and your recent successes.
WHAT KEEPS CEOs UP AT NIGHT?
Managing change in challenging times: How are you dealing with budget cuts and pressure to return to the fundamentals?
Teacher shortages: How are you coping with this ongoing challenge?
A more detailed agenda with speakers will be finalized in early 2020.
JOIN US FOR THIS RICH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Takeaway great ideas and peer support sparked by deep conversations on burning leadership issues from a national viewpoint to support your leadership journey.
SPACE IS LIMITED. We need you to confirm your interest and availability to attend this event by September 13, 2019.
Please convey your interest to attend by contacting Mia San José at (866) 803-9549 ext. 223 or by email at: email@example.com.
Find your sanctuary here in the heart of Kelowna!
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History of the CEOs’ Network Forum
The CEOs’ Forum began as a meeting of city superintendents and directors of education in 1961 to exchange ideas and experiences to gain country-wide perspectives. As the context of education became more complex and the role played by the provinces expanded, the gathering was enriched by the inclusion of leaders of all types of schools. Participants value this event for the opportunity it provides to conduct open and confidential conversations with peers, for the establishment of collegial relationships and a network of professional peers across the country. country.