CTL 20th Anniversary: Inventing the Next 20 Years – September 9, 2014

Idea 2b Dk & Gray GearsCTL marked its 20th anniversary with a very special event on September 9, 2014 at Louisville’s riverfront Muhammad Ali Center. Invited educators and other stakeholders celebrated CTL’s work of the past two decades, and debated issues and developed action steps critical to re-inventing education in the decades to come.

Both before and during the event, participants in six working groups considered ideas in three categories related to teaching and learning: Equity, innovation and systems change.

At the time, CTL President and CEO Dr. Deborah Walker notes, “The 20th Anniversary Education Forum provided a means for generating innovative ideas paired with concrete actions, to invent a stronger, more responsive system of education.”

The video, Inventing the Next 20 Years, provides an overview of the discussions of the day.

20th Anniversary Blog series:

  • Empowering Teachers to be Leaders by Allison Hunt, 2013 KY HS Teacher of the Year: Manual High School, Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville, KY; Hope Street Group National Teacher Fellow.
  • Innovation in Danville, KY Schools by Dr. Carmen Coleman, formerly Superintendent of Danville Independent Schools, Associate Clinical Professor, Educational Leadership Studies, Superintendent Certification Program and National Center for Innovation in Education, University of Kentucky.
  • Innovation in Danville, KY Schools by Dr. Carmen Coleman, formerly Superintendent of Danville Independent Schools, Associate Clinical Professor, Educational Leadership Studies, Superintendent Certification Program and National Center for Innovation in Education, University of Kentucky.
  • What is Learning Innovation bMr. David Cook, Director Division of Innovation and Partner Engagement, Kentucky Department of Education
  • CTL Fosters Systemic Change by By Dr. Diane Ravitch, Research Professor, New York University, School of Culture, Education and Human Development
  • Diversity Matters! bDr. Aaron Thompson, Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, KY Council on Postsecondary Education.

 

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