Who it’s for: School and district leaders
Time commitment: 1 hour
What does it take to build a team-based Next Education Workforce model in your school or school system? Join us for a monthly information session to learn more about this innovative staffing model and see examples from our partners.
These sessions are ideal for school and systems leaders who are just getting started or are deciding whether to take the next step in building Next Education Workforce models.
Nov. 9, 12–1 p.m. PT (3–4 p.m. ET)
Next Education Workforce site visits: Models in action
Who it’s for: Educator teams; school and district leaders
Time commitment: 1-2 days
What do Next Education Workforce models look like in action? Join us to visit schools that are implementing team-based models.
Designed for educators and other stakeholders who are interested in seeing Next Education Workforce models in action, each site visit includes interactions with school leaders and team members, a tour of the learning environment and Q&A opportunities. As part of the site visit experience, visitors will also have the opportunity to work with the MLFTC Next Education Workforce team and consider next steps for their own school systems.
We encourage teams to attend together and to consider using the site visit as a shared experience that helps prepare you to launch your own Next Education Workforce models.
November 29–30, 2022
January 10–11, 2023
March 28–29, 2023
Join us for visits to four sites in school systems that are implementing Next Education Workforce models. At each school, you will have the opportunity to tour the learning space and interact with school leaders and team members.
This two-day event opens with an introduction to the Next Education Workforce and features site visits to both elementary and secondary settings. After the site visits, you will work with the MLFTC Next Education Workforce team to consider how you can apply what you’ve learned to your own context. Prepare to be inspired!
The Nov. 29–30 event includes site visits to:
- Westwood High School
- Kyrene de las Manitas Innovation Academy (formerly known as SPARK School)
- Falcon Hill Elementary
- Stevenson Elementary
Transportation, continental breakfast and boxed lunches provided. View local hotels and restaurants.
We also offer professional learning for educator teams and leaders at all stages of school transformation, whether they’re exploring, launching or expanding Next Education Workforce teams in their schools. Learn more.