Common Sense About the Common Core

While many efforts are currently underway to ensure the Kansas College and Career Ready Standards (aka Common Core standards) are implemented, far too many of these initiatives are focused on the end results and not upon processes to successfully implement and sustain the standards and their accompanying curriculum and assessment changes. The conference will afford participants a forum to consider a rational framework for implementation while providing ample opportunities for dialogue and reflection.



Featured Presenters:

Stu Ervay, Emporia State University, Curriculum Leadership Institute
John Morton, Emporia State University, Curriculum Leadership Institute
Scott Smith, Kansas Department of Education
David Jackson, Lebo-Waverly, USD 243
Mike Kastle, Southern Coffey County, USD 245
Jack Koehn, Iola, USD 257
Jill Lachenmayr, Andover USD 385
Kelley Norman, Landon Middle School, USD 500
Melissa Reed, The Teachers College, Emporia State University
Carol Roach, Curriculum Leadership Institute
William Sailors, The Jones Institute for Educational Excellence, Emporia State University
Tara Trear, Emporia High School, USD 253

Educators, Administrators,
& School Board Members

Friday, June 13, 2014

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Visser Hall 330
Emporia State University


Includes lunch & a digital copy of Common Sense About the Common Core by Stuart Ervay, Kirsten Limpert, and John Morton

Sponsored by:
- Emporia State University’s Department of School Leadership/Middle & Secondary Education, The Teachers College

- The Jones Institute for Educational Excellence

- Curriculum Leadership Institute (CLI)

- Kansas State Department of Education

- Kansas Association of School Boards

- Kansas National Education Association

- United School Administrators of Kansas






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