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Thursday, February 13 • 8:30am - 9:15am
Ecosystems and Resilience: The Shelby County Story

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Leaders from Shelby County Schools in Kentucky will share their district's ten-year journey into assessment for learning. Assessment for learning is not an initiative or toolkit - it is a way of working together for students, teachers, instructional leaders, systems leaders and families. Deep change like this takes time, relationships and resilience. The Shelby County team will share how they began, where their journey has taken them, and how they are continuing to deepen assessment for learning in the district. 

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James Neihof

superintendent, Shelby County Public Schools, KY
James Neihof, Ed. D. is in his twelfth year as superintendent of the Shelby County Public Schools in Shelbyville, Kentucky and is in his twenty-ninth year as an educator in Kentucky.In 2013 Dr. Neihof led a strategic planning initiative to create a strategic roadmap toward personalization... Read More →
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Susan Dugle

Chief Academic Officer, Shelby County Public Schools
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Lora Shields

Staff Developer, Shelby County Public Schools
Professional Learning, Staff Development, Thinking Strategies, Workshop Model, Feedback, Visible Learning

Rebecca Martin

Shelby County Public Schools

Thursday February 13, 2020 8:30am - 9:15am PST
Crown Room