Speakers & Schedule

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Suniya S. Luthar

Dr. Suniya S. Luthar

Founding Director of Authentic Connections

“Youth in High Achieving Schools: Maximizing Resilience”

 

This presentation will focus on the culture-specific risk and protective factors that impact student well-being in high achieving schools. This presentation will also encompass burnout faced by parents, educators, and health workers that support these students.

 

About the Speaker

Founding Director of Authentic Connections, Dr. Suniya S. Luthar is Foundation Professor of Psychology at Arizona State University and Professor Emerita at Columbia University’s Teachers College. Luthar’s research involves vulnerability and resilience among various populations including youth in poverty, children in families affected by mental illness, and teens in upper-middle class families. Her recent research has been focused on motherhood, exploring factors that best help mothers negotiate the challenges of motherhood. Luthar is the mother of two adult children. She lives in Tempe, AZ. Learn More. 

Eve Jardine-Young

Eve Jardine-Young

Principal, Cheltenham Ladies’ College

“Education, the things we have in common”

 

One of the unique features of the WLSA community of member schools is a shared sense of passion, optimism and commitment to a generation of young people who will lead the many cultural, artistic, ethical, scientific and technological advancements in the years to come. 

 

We know the world is complex, and changing rapidly. We also know the world is beleaguered by difficult challenges, and by rising inequalities both within and between nation states.  

 

The young people within our schools are growing up in a world full of choice and possibility, and the choices they make around leadership, economic agency, social inclusion and identity will shape future developments and the society in which they, in time, will raise their own families. 

 

We welcome the chance at our Conference to deepen awareness and understanding of the global diversity within our membership, exploring to what degree we currently share a vision for educational outcomes, and to what extent we are shaped by more local forces, learning from each other within an open, inspiring and collaborate context of fellowship. 

 

About the Speaker

Eve Jardine-Young is the Principal of Cheltenham Ladies’ College in the United Kingdom and serves as Chair of the WLSA Executive Board. Learn more.

Dr. Wong How Man

Dr. Wong How Man

Founder/President, China Exploration & Research Society

“Exploration as Education”

 

Today’s internet age puts online most knowledge, an immense amount of information and data, at a person’s fingertip.

 

However, such knowledge is generally second or third hand, if not further down the historic chain, accumulated over centuries and millenniums. Thus, young adults these days are generally deprived of the joy of primary first-hand discovery.

 

Exploration, on the other hand, emphasizes first-hand information, direct experience, and discovery of new knowledge, be it of our physical world, or even into space and beyond the galaxy.  The speaker will draw on first hand and personal stories from over four decades of exploration, including six expeditions for the National Geographic, to explain how education can be acquired, and enhanced, through exploration.

 

The illustrated lecture would share with the audience from the use of the Space Shuttle to look for lost cities in the Old Silk Road, to defining river sources of six great rivers of Asia, to the depths of caves, to distant islands in the ocean, success and failure, and how students over the years were able to get inspired through such experience.

 

About the Speaker

Dr. Wong How Man Founder and President of the Hong Kong- based China Exploration & Research Society, a pre-eminent non-profit organization specializing in exploration, research, conservation and education in remote China and neighboring countries. Learn more.

 

Session Presentors

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Phillips Academy Andover

Carolina Artacho Guerra

 

Session: Best practices in curriculum and pedagogy for gender-inclusive STEM courses and classrooms

STEM classrooms are often perceived as neutral spaces, yet the STEM higher education and professional arenas continue to lack diversity. Can we make our entry points into scientific endeavors more inclusive? This workshop will provide a framework to understand and classify our science practices through the lens of gender inclusion. We will also generate specific tools and skills to use in a STEM classroom to challenge the notion of neutrality and create more inclusive learning environments.

:Instructor

:Phillips Academy Andover (USA)

Appleby College

Theresa Blake

 

Session: Healthy Campuses

Introduction to the conference theme “Healthy Campuses”.

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Session: Releasing the potential of your faculty; Why? What? How?

This session will explore some of the innovative and forward-looking practices currently employed by schools across the world to empower and develop their faculty staff.

Starting from the premise that teachers and middle leaders are the engine and powerhouse of a school, the panelists will discuss their own experiences of successful programs and initiatives that have supported and driven forward the development of school faculty, and they will share perspectives and insights that will hopefully inspire other colleagues to lead change in their own schools.

:Director, Social and Emotional Learning

:Appleby College (Canada)

African Leadership Academy

Chris Bradford

 

Session: Talking Heads – Lessons on Leadership

In this session seven different heads of WLSA schools around the world will share a short lesson they feel will benefit the room – sharing insights as to what leadership can sometimes require, and sometimes look like  given it can – by necessity – be a “lonely” place.

:Founder and Chief Operating Officer

:African Leadership Academy (South Africa)

Vanderbilt University

Douglas L. Christiansen, Ph.D

 

Session: The Stress of College Admissions: A Discussion between Schools and Deans

The admissions process to selective colleges is complex, filled with uncertainty, and extraordinarily stressful for high school students to navigate. As a result of the ups and downs of this process and the inherent competition, students often experience a loss of self-confidence and self-esteem.  This session will be an honest and open discussion between school leaders, college counselors, and deans about how students can be best supported during this process, and what can be done to make the admissions process more inclusive of soft skills, such as vulnerability, risk-taking and embracing failure.

:Vice Provost for University Enrollment Affairs & Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid

:Vanderbilt University (USA)

Europe at Minerva Schools at KGI

Lucian Cosinschi

 

Session: Redefining education in the 21st century

In addition to local, national and regional forces shaping curriculums, the 21st century looks certain to see at least one major paradigm shift in relation to how education is received, as well as by whom and at what ages(s) during a lifetime.

 

We witnessing the growth of international movements such as University of the Third Age in retirement, a rise in home and supported schooling (including the School of the Air in Australia), and the launch of new models for higher education such as the Minerva Schools at KGI, USA which have no fixed campus base.

 

As new providers are entering the market with innovative technology-enabled models, more traditional models of education will be tested against the needs of future-looking skills requirements, and this panel affords the opportunity to share insights, perspectives and motivations for how education might (or might not) need to be re-imagined and re-defined in the years to come, to remain relevant and powerful for our emerging needs.

:Regional Director

:Europe at Minerva Schools at KGI (Germany)

Drexel University

Jeannie D’Agostino

 

Sharing Their Stories: Discussing Difficult Situations in an Application

In preparing their university applications, students may be unsure of how and when to share information about challenging situations they have faced. In this session, we aim to explore the ways in which students can be their best self-advocates, in relaying difficult and complex situations to the Admissions Committee, through different application methods (Common Application, university-specific, and UCAS). The expert panel will highlight ways in which college counselors and school officials can best support their students through a USA and UK lens.

 

We will provide an overview on the regulations and protections through the lens of US and UK systems, as well as the support services offered on our campus communities. The conversation will be a comprehensive and focused on supporting students through the application process, as well as providing tools to influencers and stakeholders on how to help students identify the right fit community for their needs.

:Director of International Admissions

:Drexel University

People Combine Educational Initiatives Ltd.

Shomie Das

 

Session: A Conversation with Shomie Das

Shomie Das has been a pillar of education since he began his career in 1958 at Gordonstoun School in Scotland, since that time he has been an educator, head of school and has founded many of India’s premiere institutions.  An avid physicist he is a published author, has climbed the Black Peak in the Himalayas and has built the only amateur radio telescope in India. He is a man who has donned many hats as an illustrious educationist. Describing Mr. Das in limited words becomes challenging as he is the person behind the curtain who contributed his vision in education to nearly 76 schools. Giving educational consultancy, contributing to education foundations and several countries around the world Mr. Das has been counselling various school managements on ways and means on how to upgrade institutional infrastructure. In this session Shomie will share his insights on the current state of education and his hopes for where the future will take us.

:Chairman (Non-executive)

:People Combine Educational Initiatives Ltd. (India)

Imperial College London

Catherine Eames

 

Session: Supporting Students through Times of Change

This panel will examine the ways secondary schools and universities can support students in transition.  Whether it be the period between lower school to upper school, upper school to higher education, or higher education to the workforce, institutions are charged with helping students become well-adjusted citizens and school personnel have an important role in assisting students’ adaptation to change.  Panelists will share insights, programs and perspectives that aid in student transitions on their campus and beyond.

:International Student Recruitment Manager

:Imperial College London

Goodyear Capital Corporation & Goodyear Investment Company

Charles Goodyear

 

Session: Closing the Emotional Preparation Gap

Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to their environment, change and, ultimately, how they experience achievement over the course of their life. Core development abilities such as mindfulness, emotional stability, openness and affability, can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to meaningful life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills.

 

Combining social and emotional skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow. This panel made up of educators, university deans and business leaders will share their personal experiences on the social and emotional abilities needed to transition from school to the workforce.

 

 

 

:President

:Goodyear Capital Corporation & Goodyear Investment Company (USA)

Marlborough College

Niall Hamilton

 

Session: Measuring the Unmeasurable

Introduction to the conference theme “Measuring the Unmeasurable”.

:International Admissions Tutor

:Marlborough College (UK)

Groton School

Megan Harlan

 

Session: Holistic Approach to College Counseling & Admissions

Introduction to the conference theme “Holistic Approach to College Counseling & Admissions”.

:Director of College Counselling

:Groton School (USA)

Phillips Academy Andover and Brace Center for Gender Studies

Kay Heffernan

 

Session: “A Framework of Care: a Queer-Inclusive, Sex-Positive, Trauma-Informed Approach to Peer Health Education”

In a 2017 NAIS report, authors Fonte et. al write, “Health education and sexuality education curricula may be interpreted as competing with the ultimate mission of core academic schooling.” What are the perceived and real barriers to establishing comprehensive health education in your school, with your students? Learn the tenets of and resources needed for a sex education curriculum that is queer-inclusive, trauma-informed, and sex-positive. This session also covers the importance of values-driven mentorship in developing these programs. We will implicate ourselves, our attitudes towards sexuality, and our views on adolescence in our discussion, so come ready to share.

:Former Fellow in English and Brace Center for Gender Studies Liaison

:Phillips Academy Andover (USA)

New York University

MJ Knoll-Finn

 

Session: Closing the Emotional Preparation Gap

Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to their environment, change and, ultimately, how they experience achievement over the course of their life. Core development abilities such as mindfulness, emotional stability, openness and affability, can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to meaningful life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills.

 

Combining social and emotional skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow. This panel made up of educators, university deans and business leaders will share their personal experiences on the social and emotional abilities needed to transition from school to the workforce.

:Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management

:New York University (USA)

Poly Prep Country Day School

Kyle Graham

 

Reimagining the Model for Student Support and College Counseling: The Case for a Dean Model

Harvard-Westlake and Poly Prep Country Day School have designed student support models that combine academic advising, personal counseling, and college counseling all within the role of Upper School Dean. Building strong relationships with students and families is the central focus of the dean model. At every step of a student’s experience throughout high school, the dean’s role is to provide mentorship, advice, and individualized support as students navigate their way through the complexities of everything from signing up for courses, dealing with a personally challenging event at home, or navigating the college admissions process. Learn why the Harvard-Westlake School and Poly Prep Country Day School believe wholeheartedly in this model and how, by eliminating traditional silos that often exist between offices and people independent schools, deans are positioned to best serve the needs of students, families, and our school communities.

:Assistant Head of School for Enrollment Management and Student Outcomes

:Poly Prep Country Day School

Institute of Positive Education, Geelong Grammar School

Dr. Ronald Lalonde

 

Session: 10 Years of Positive Education, 10 Lessons Learned
Geelong Grammar School holds an important place in the history of Positive Education. As a pioneer, however, the school’s journey included missteps and missed opportunities. Join us as we share the story of the development of Positive Education at Geelong Grammar School and explore ten of the most important lessons about successful implementation that we learned along the way.

 

Session: Leading in Complexity
School leaders face pressures to adapt to change, and often that means taking on the weight of finding the right way forward. In this talk, explore what we know about being well as a leader and learn techniques to care for yourself, to keep your intention clear and focused, and to maximize the capacities of those around you. Embed learning about Positive Leadership in your own practices and provide a model of Positive Education to your school community.

:Regional Manager Middle East

:Institute of Positive Education, Geelong Grammar School (Australia)

GeneScience Pharmaceutical Inc.

Dr. Jin Lei

Session: Closing the Emotional Preparation Gap

Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to their environment, change and, ultimately, how they experience achievement over the course of their life. Core development abilities such as mindfulness, emotional stability, openness and affability, can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to meaningful life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills.

 

Combining social and emotional skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow. This panel made up of educators, university deans and business leaders will share their personal experiences on the social and emotional abilities needed to transition from school to the workforce.

: CEO

:GeneScience Pharmaceutical Inc.

Author

Liu Liu

 

Session: Equal opportunity and the ultimate pursuit of education

In the past 30 years, the wealth of 1% of the wealthy people in the United States has increased by 200 times, while at the same time 75% of ordinary people’s wealth has increased by 45%, which is the trend of the world. As the polarization between the rich and the poor intensifies, people with low income around the world and the new immigrants who lost their lands, it’s transforming into the biggest injustice among them showing an unfair education.

 

In China, privileged children go to private schools with a state-of-the-art equipment and the best teachers while the migrant’s children cannot have the same privileges. The gap between public schools in Shanghai is not so obvious. But the privileged children go abroad to participate in summer camps, winter camps, etc during holidays, providing them a more global perspective, while the migrant workers have no money for tutors after school; not to mention traveling, study tours, etc. With such an education gap it is extremely harmful to society. Fair opportunity is a constant driving force for social progress.

:Author (China)

WLSA Fudan Academy

Tony Little

 

Session: A Conversation with Shomie Das

Tony Little will be interviewing the former head of Gordonstoun School, Shomie Das. The conversation will focus on the progress and future of international education.

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Session: Closing the Emotional Preparation Gap

Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to their environment, change and, ultimately, how they experience achievement over the course of their life. Core development abilities such as mindfulness, emotional stability, openness and affability, can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to meaningful life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills.

 

Combining social and emotional skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow. This panel made up of educators, university deans and business leaders will share their personal experiences on the social and emotional abilities needed to transition from school to the workforce.

:President

:WLSA Fudan Academy (China)

Montgomery Bell Academy

Virginia Maddux

:Director of College Counseling

:Montgomery Bell Academy (USA)

Groton School

Temba Maqubela

 

Session: Talking Heads – Lessons on Leadership

In this session seven different heads of WLSA schools around the world will share a short lesson they feel will benefit the room – sharing insights as to what leadership can sometimes require, and sometimes look like  given it can – by necessity – be a “lonely” place.

:Headmaster

:Groton School (USA)

The College Board

James Montoya

 

Session: Redefining education in the 21st century

In addition to local, national and regional forces shaping curriculums, the 21st century looks certain to see at least one major paradigm shift in relation to how education is received, as well as by whom and at what ages(s) during a lifetime.

 

We witnessing the growth of international movements such as University of the Third Age in retirement, a rise in home and supported schooling (including the School of the Air in Australia), and the launch of new models for higher education such as the Minerva Schools at KGI, USA which have no fixed campus base.

 

As new providers are entering the market with innovative technology-enabled models, more traditional models of education will be tested against the needs of future-looking skills requirements, and this panel affords the opportunity to share insights, perspectives and motivations for how education might (or might not) need to be re-imagined and re-defined in the years to come, to remain relevant and powerful for our emerging needs.

:Chief of Membership, Governance, and Global Higher Education & Secretary of the Corporation

:The College Board (USA)

University of St Andrews

Julie Ramsay

 

Sharing Their Stories: Discussing Difficult Situations in an Application

In preparing their university applications, students may be unsure of how and when to share information about challenging situations they have faced. In this session, we aim to explore the ways in which students can be their best self-advocates, in relaying difficult and complex situations to the Admissions Committee, through different application methods (Common Application, university-specific, and UCAS). The expert panel will highlight ways in which college counselors and school officials can best support their students through a USA and UK lens.

 

We will provide an overview on the regulations and protections through the lens of US and UK systems, as well as the support services offered on our campus communities. The conversation will be a comprehensive and focused on supporting students through the application process, as well as providing tools to influencers and stakeholders on how to help students identify the right fit community for their needs.

:Director of Admissions

:University of St Andrews

Cranbrook School

Nicholas Sampson

 

Changing Education: The Next 20 Years

There are many factors altering what schools may look like in the next 20 years: unprecedented global forces and the uncharted territories of new technologies and shifts in the ways students want to learn and teachers want to teach. The future of education will require educators to be more pioneering, collaborative and inventive as students will become consumers of education.

 

It’s important to think about what we can do to prepare for the future, so we can improve schools today. In this session seven different heads of WLSA schools around the world will share an inspirational lesson on the evolution of education at their school and what they wish for the next 20 years.

:Headmaster

:Cranbrook School (AUS)

Education Salad

Dr. Sumer Singh

 

Session: Empowering Students

Introduction to the conference theme “Empowering Students”.

:Education Consulant

:Education Salad (India)

LEAF Academy

Matej Sapak

 

Session: Talking Heads – Lessons on Leadership

In this session seven different heads of WLSA schools around the world will share a short lesson they feel will benefit the room – sharing insights as to what leadership can sometimes require, and sometimes look like  given it can – by necessity – be a “lonely” place.

:Principal

:LEAF Academy (Slovakia)

Phillips Academy Andover

Emma Staffaroni

 

Session: Creating Inclusive Spaces for Trans*, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming Students

How familiar are you with the gender unicorn? In this session, educators at all different levels of knowledge and experience can come together to think about how to make their schools, classrooms, playing fields, dormitories, hallways, and community centers more inclusive, caring, and supportive spaces for students with diverse gender identities and expressions. We all have students who are not cisgender at our schools, whether we know it or not. Are we ready for them? Are we going to be able to support them with resources, spaces, and an informed community? Emma Staffaroni from Phillips Academy Andover has worked with a team of colleagues at their New England boarding school to found an all-gender dormitory. The idea started with a student, and after careful thinking, flexibility, and student-driven policy change, Andover opened its all-gender dorm in the fall of 2017. Emma will talk through some conceptual and logistical ways to tailor gender inclusivity policies and practices to your specific institution. There will be time for brainstorming and reflecting on your own school’s most immediate areas for growth in gender inclusion.

:Instructor

:Phillips Academy Andover (USA)

The Webb Schools

Taylor Stockdale

 

Session: The Future of Technology on Campus: maximizing the opportunities and minimizing the dangers

Rapid technological innovation is creating immense transformations in the way students navigate online spaces. How do schools balance the enormous benefits of technology with what we are now realizing as the enormous impact on student wellbeing?  How do we construct communities that embrace the positive elements of technology and at the same time, recognize and manage the potential downsides?  In this interactive session we will discuss real life scenarios for striking the balance.

 

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Session: Who Are Our Students? Now and Into the Future

As  secondary and higher education’s student demographic evolves, it’s critical that a cultural shift take place on campus —elite institutions especially—centered around empathy and understanding for challenges and obstacles that stand in the way of student persistence and success. This panel will look at the next 10 years and discuss ways institutions can support the new learner.

:Head of School

:The Webb Schools (USA)

Maru-a-Pula School

Andy Taylor

 

Who Belongs In Our Schools?

Southern Africa is home to three of the most unequal countries in the world.  According to the UN’s standard measure of inequality, the “Gini coefficient,” which measures the distribution of health, education and income, the world ranking is: 1) South Africa, 2) Namibia, 3) Haiti and 4) Botswana.

 

What can our schools do about this inequality?

 

This session will ask how members of the “World’s Leading Schools Association” can address this growing educational gap between the world’s rich and poor.   We will look at practical steps – scholarships, service projects, awareness raising – that any school can take to foster greater equality in an increasingly unequal world.

:Principal

:Maru-a-Pula School (Botswana)

Phillips Academy Andover and Brace Center for Gender Studies

Flavia Vidal, Ph.D.

 

Session: Yes Means Yes!: Teaching Consent and Healthy Relationships

From #Me Too to the Kavanaugh hearings, our news cycle is inundated with narratives of sexual assault. The college statistics about gender-based violence are eye opening. In this workshop, we will examine how these issues play out in our school communities and discuss strategies and tools that have proven effective in teaching students how to form healthy relationships, to give and obtain consent, and to develop positive sexual identities.

:Director of the Brace Center for Gender Studies and Instructor in English and Interdisciplinary Studies

:Phillips Academy Andover (USA)

University of Notre Dame

Mary de Villiers

 

Sharing Their Stories: Discussing Difficult Situations in an Application

In preparing their university applications, students may be unsure of how and when to share information about challenging situations they have faced. In this session, we aim to explore the ways in which students can be their best self-advocates, in relaying difficult and complex situations to the Admissions Committee, through different application methods (Common Application, university-specific, and UCAS). The expert panel will highlight ways in which college counselors and school officials can best support their students through a USA and UK lens.

 

We will provide an overview on the regulations and protections through the lens of US and UK systems, as well as the support services offered on our campus communities. The conversation will be a comprehensive and focused on supporting students through the application process, as well as providing tools to influencers and stakeholders on how to help students identify the right fit community for their needs.

:Director of International Admissions

:University of Notre Dame (USA)

Boston University

Kelly Walter

 

Session: The Ethics of Counseling and Admissions: Case Studies

Ethical college counseling and admission is the cornerstone of our profession.  In fact, the Code of Ethics and Professional Practices ensures that high professional standards are used in the recruitment of students and the transition into and within postsecondary education.  This interactive session will consider a series of ethical case studies and discuss outcomes and best practices from the perspective of secondary school leaders and admissions leaders and evaluate impacts.

:Associate Vice President for Enrollment & Dean of Admissions

:Boston University (USA)

Amherst College

Xiaofeng Wan

 

Session: The Ethics of Counseling and Admissions: Case Studies

Ethical college counseling and admission is the cornerstone of our profession.  In fact, the Code of Ethics and Professional Practices ensures that high professional standards are used in the recruitment of students and the transition into and within postsecondary education.  This interactive session will consider a series of ethical case studies and discuss outcomes and best practices from the perspective of secondary school leaders and admissions leaders and evaluate impacts.

:Associate Dean of Admission, Coordinator of International Recruitment

:Amherst College

Tsinghua University

Yuan Wei

 

Session: Closing the Emotional Preparation Gap

Social and emotional abilities are said to be indicators of how well a person adjusts to their environment, change and, ultimately, how they experience achievement over the course of their life. Core development abilities such as mindfulness, emotional stability, openness and affability, can be as or even more important than cognitive intelligence in determining future employment. Despite these competencies being related to meaningful life outcomes, it can be challenging for educators to find effective ways to prioritize, teach and assess social and emotional skills.

 

Combining social and emotional skills with academic development creates high-quality learning experiences that empower students to be more effective contributors in their classrooms today and in their workplaces and communities tomorrow. This panel made up of educators, university deans and business leaders will share their personal experiences on the social and emotional abilities needed to transition from school to the workforce.

:Tsinghua University (China)

Global Thought Leadership

Dr. Helen Wright

 

Session: Releasing the potential of your faculty; Why? What? How?

This session will explore some of the innovative and forward-looking practices currently employed by schools across the world to empower and develop their faculty staff.

Starting from the premise that teachers and middle leaders are the engine and powerhouse of a school, the panelists will discuss their own experiences of successful programs and initiatives that have supported and driven forward the development of school faculty, and they will share perspectives and insights that will hopefully inspire other colleagues to lead change in their own schools.

:International Education Advisor

:Global Thought Leadership (Scotland)

Speakers will be added leading up to the 2019 Conference in July. Please visit our website for updates.

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