Aug 01, 2019 2019-08-01
What type of learning system do educators need to deliver 21st-century outcomes for all students? Education Redesign is an online professional development program for school leaders, education policymakers, K–12 teachers, and others committed to helping all students achieve success. Based on the research of Professor Paul Reville in Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Education Redesign Lab, the workshop explores why current education reform efforts are failing and how educators might work to design a “new engine” to drive better outcomes for all. Participants in the program will explore current research on student achievement and the persistent correlation with socioeconomic status. They will focus on three areas that could produce the type of overhaul children today need: personalized learning, health and social services, and out-of-school opportunities. The program is sponsored by Harvard Graduate School of Education and will take place online from August 12 to August 25, 2019. The deadline for registration is August 12, and the tuition cost is $149 per person.