Join us in downtown Nashville, Music City, on October 8 and 9, 2015 for the National Center for Scaling Up Effective Schools Second National Conference:
Using Continuous Improvement to Integrate Design, Implementation, and Scale Up.
We will convene a diverse group of researchers, practitioners, and developers to share research about school improvement initiatives that use continuous improvement models to improve schools through innovative and organic design, implementation and scale up.
Organized around six consecutive sessions, the conference format with allow for in-depth presentation and discussion on topics related to the conference topic including:
Role of research in design and scale up
Issues in design and development
Integrating implementation with continuous improvement
Practitioner experiences with continuous improvement implementation
New approaches to achieving scale
Developing collaborative partnerships
The conference will feature two keynotes by distinguished experts in the field of continuous improvement and design-based implementation research:
Anthony S. Bryk, President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
William R. Penuel, Professor of Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder
We encourage education researchers, practitioners, district leaders, funders, and program developers to attend and participate in this in-depth discussion.
The conference kicks off on October 7 with a welcome reception in the evening hosted by the University of California-Riverside. Funding for the conference is provided by the Institute of Education Sciences, Peabody College of Education and Human Development at Vanderbilt University, Florida State University, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Registration is now open and the conference hotel, Hyatt Place/Nashville, is offering a preferred rate of $199 per night until Monday, September 7. Reserve your spot at the conference and hotel today.