2017 Curriculum and Technology Leaders Collaborative Summit
"Breaking Barriers to Achieve the Top 10 in 10"
The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) invites you to attend the annual Curriculum and Technology Leaders Collaborative Summit (CTLCS). The Summit will be held at Lansing Community College-West on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.
This year’s theme, "Breaking Barriers to Achieve the Top 10 in 10” will provide a thoughtful day of learning where together we will seek to answer, "What action can Michigan's curriculum and technology leaders take to address equity, access, and diversity within their districts?” We will address this question by:
- engaging with equity experts;
- examining practices that are breaking down barriers for students, families, and the community to ensure equity; and
- exploring equity and access strategies in both the MI Roadmap and Michigan’s Top 10 in 10 Strategic Plan.
The summit will emphasize the importance of authentic collaboration between two key district experts: the curriculum and technology leaders. By working together innovative practices will emerge to move Michigan to becoming a Top 10 education state.
We look forward to seeing you this year! Register at: www.bit.ly/CTLCS2017.
Questions can be directed to Amanda Stoel, Department Analyst, Michigan Department of Education, Office of P-20 Data and Information Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.