We are delighted to announce the education leaders that have been selected to join Cohort 3 of our Deeper Learning Leadership Forum. The DLLF is a unique leadership experience that aims to develop, strengthen, and sustain a group of well-prepared leaders for the Deeper Learning movement. The DLLF seeks to address the questions and issues of educational inequity, by bringing together education leaders and providing them with learning and networking opportunities to help them lead reform efforts in their local systems and around the country.
Cohort 3 had their first convening in Ferguson, Missouri last week, where they visited schools in the Ferguson-Florissant school district. The purpose was to dive into best practices and get a deeper understanding of the role that their community plays in the learning experiences for students.
Here’s what Adrienne Usher, Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning for Bullitt County Public Schools (Shepherdsville, KY) had to say about the experience:
“The DLLF is already one of the most amazing professional learning experiences I have participated in over my career. This not only inspires me to be a better leader, but also to really push the thinking of all those around me.”
The DLLF consists of leaders who are interested in transforming their districts and networks into centers of deeper learning for every student! Learn more about the Deeper Learning Leadership Forum here.