New England Secondary School Consortium

Events

  • Jan 23

    Connecticut LIS Network Meeting + School Visit

    Our second in-state League of Innovative Schools meeting will be held at Ellington Middle School. Participants will have a chance to visit classrooms and interact with students and staff. Late morning the whole group will gather to debrief the visit and then engage in a process of giving and receiving feedback on problems of practice.

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  • Jan 25

    Maine LIS Network Meeting + School Visit

    Our next in-state League of Innovative Schools meeting of the year will be held at Madison Area Memorial High School.
    Participants will spend time in classrooms to see teaching & learning in action and have the opportunity to sit and work directly with other teachers in their content area. We will also hear from students about their experience.

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  • Jan 29

    Vermont LIS Network Meeting + School Visit

    Our first in-state LIS meeting will be co-hosted by Cabot School and Twinfield Union School and will extend learning begun with this year’s fall AoE sessions related to pathways and personalization.

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  • Feb 07

    Rhode Island LIS Network Meeting + School Visit

    Our next in-state League of Innovative Schools meeting will be held at Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School on Friday, February 7.   The event is free of charge for LIS schools and lunch will be provided. We hope you can...

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  • Feb 16

    New Hampshire LIS Network Meeting + School Visit

    At the meeting, we will learn from and with our colleagues by visiting classrooms, observing teacher teams, hearing from students, and collectively working through problems of practice from our own schools.

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  • Mar 12

    School Redesign in Action Conference

    This is the New England Secondary School Consortium’s ninth annual conference for educators and stakeholders from across the country to share success stories, exchange best practices, and continue to build momentum for innovations that will prepare all students for success in the colleges, careers, and communities of the 21st century.

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