This page features events that are likely to be of interest to the CES network in 2017 and beyond.
School Redesign in Action | March 27-28 | Hartford, CT
School Redesign in Action is Great Schools Partnership/New England Secondary School Consortium’s eighth annual conference for educators and stakeholders from across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century.
Deeper Learning Conference | March 29-31 | San Diego, CA
The Deeper Learning annual conference takes place in March in San Diego, California. It’s sold out for 2017. To find out when registration opens for Deeper Learning 2018, please visit the conference website. If you’re already registered for Deeper Learning 2017, join us for the CES Meetup, happening during breakfast on Thursday, March 30.
Designing a Culture of Learning Education | June 26-27 | Whitefield, NH
The Education Resources Consortium, White Mountain School District, and White Mountains Regional High School invite you to two intense days of provocation and possibilities in projects, inquiry, teamwork, and leadership for teams of STEM and project-learning teachers, grade level and ambitious integrated curriculum educators, and department heads and educators administrators.
Big Bang | July 25-28 | St. Louis, MO
Join hundreds of educators, students, advocates, and thought leaders from all over the world at Big Bang, Big Picture Learning’s International Conference on Student-Centered Learning.
PEN 2017 National Conference | October 5-7 | Boston, MA
The National Progressive Education Network Conference is an educator-organized, student-focused gathering of progressive schools, including a number of CES schools. The 2017 conference theme is: “Amplify students’ voice, agency, conscience, and intellect to create a more equitable, just, and sustainable world.”
School Reform Initiative Fall Meeting | November 1-4 | Atlanta, GA
The SRI Fall Meeting offers professional educators from across the country and world the opportunity to engage as adult learners in the grounded, deeply relational types of learning experiences they offer their students every day.