Imagine what could happen if every educator, business person, parent, and citizen who is passionate about transforming education (and that should be everyone) stepped up to help each other do just that…that’s the process we’re going to begin on the evening of February 2, on the USS Midway in San Diego. If you’ll be in the area, please join us. If you won’t be in the area, tell your friends and colleagues who will.
The following email invitation from Superintendents Randy Ward, William Kowba, and John Collins and Mission Federal CEO, Debra Schwartz, recently went out to all San Diego county educational leaders. Consider it your invitation, too:
We are excited to share information about the powerful upcoming event, “Transforming Education – Education Re-Energized!” aboard the USS Midway.
It’s scheduled for the evening of February 2, (registration starting at 5:45pm) and promises to be an outstanding opportunity to not only “re-energize” school, business and community leaders, but also a chance for participants to make important new connections.
“Transforming Education – Education Re-Energized” will feature best-selling author and leadership consultant Steve Farber sharing the perspectives of his book, The Radical Leap Re-Energized, and leading a discussion of educators who’ve implemented his “Leap” tenets: Love, Energy, Audacity and Proof.
Representatives from many of the region’s most generous and compelling corporate and community-sponsored education initiatives will share their stories, and all in attendance will have the unique opportunity to tap the best thinking of a rare and committed gathering.
It promises to be an unforgettable evening, in an historic setting. For registration and other information, go to www.Re-EnergizeEducation.org
It’s going to be a phenomenal event–and the start of an on-going effort to transform education in a major way. And if you can’t join us here in San Diego…
…how’s about we do something similar in your town, too?
There are many educational stakeholders that come from many divergent perspectives, perhaps what we need to do is meet each other mid-way. Oh that’s right we are meeting at the Midway! Well, it is about time!