Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams, including schools and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? 2 days
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? Early bird: $600; Regular price: $750 (including transportation between schools, breakfast and lunch)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams, including schools and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? 2 days
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? Early bird: $600; Regular price: $750 (including transportation between schools, breakfast and lunch)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce one-day school site visits: March 6, 2025

Join us for a special one-day visit to schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams; school and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? One day (4 hours); March 6, 2025
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? $200 (regular price); $150 (early bird- ends Feb. 1, 2025)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams, including schools and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? 2 days
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? Early bird: $600; Regular price: $750 (including transportation between schools, breakfast and lunch)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams, including schools and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? 2 days
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? Early bird: $600; Regular price: $750 (including transportation between schools, breakfast and lunch)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams, including schools and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? 2 days
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? Early bird: $600; Regular price: $750 (including transportation between schools, breakfast and lunch)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action

Next Education Workforce one-day school site visits: Sept. 19, 2024

Join us for a special one-day visit to schools that are implementing team-based models.

  • Who is it for? Educator teams; school and school system leaders
  • What is the time commitment? One day (4 hours); Sept. 19, 2024
  • What is the format? In-person
  • What is the cost? $150 (early bird- end August 1); $200 (regular price)
Crossing the chasm: How one district is moving its innovative staffing model from pilot to mainstream

Crossing the chasm: How one district is moving its innovative staffing model from pilot to mainstream

Scaling up innovations within school systems is a notoriously difficult process. While new instructional approaches or staffing strategies may catch on within a few classrooms or schools, they often fail to become integrated system-wide. Leaders promoting change can achieve early wins by gaining the support of staff willing to leave behind old practices and try something new,  but then can hit a wall when seeking buy-in from those who are more entrenched or risk-averse.