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1 SUMMER 2013 National Leadership for Social Justice: Leading Proactive National Leadership for Social Justice Institute High Achieving Schools for All Students or National Leadership for Social Justice Academy SELECT FROM TWO SUMMER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES (3 credits or non-credit), UWM Ballroom July 29 [Monday] August 2 Friday], 10:00am - 4:30pm AGENDA REGISTRATION DUE: NON CREDIT: Registration $25 off for each participant registering before May 29, 2013 (Group rates available - See pg. 11) CREDIT: No minimum tuition deposit required! INFORMATION: Presented by the WEBSITE: University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee CONTACT: Robin Pagan at and the University of Wisconsin- Madison (1 credit or non-credit), UWM Ballroom August 5 [Monday] - August 7 [Wednesday], 10:00am - 4:30pm

2 Week-Long National Leadership for Social Justice Institute Who Should Attend? Professional Learning Opportunities Designed for : State, Regional, District, and School Teams t %JTUSJDU"ENJOJTUSBUPST 4VQFSJOUFOEFOUT $VSSJDVMVN *OTUSVDUJPO"ENJOJTUSBUPST 4UVEFOU4FSWJDFT 4QFDJBM&EVDBUJPO"ENJOJTUSBUPST )VNBO3FTPVSDFT #VTJOFTT4FSWJDFT"ENJOJTUSBUPST 4DIPPM1SJODJQBMT t 5FBDIFST-FBEFST &EVDBUPSTGPSBEWBODFEMFBSOFST HFOFSBMFEVDB UPST BMUFSOBUJWFFEVDBUPST TQFDJBMFEVDBUPST TQFFDIBOEMBOHVBHFQBUIPMPHJTUTBOEJOUFSWFO UJPOJTUT t4uvefou4fswjdf1fstpoofm 4DIPPM1TZDIPMPHJTUT 4DIPPM4PDJBM8PSLFST 4DIPPM$PVOTFMPST 0DDVQBUJPOBMBOE1IZTJDBM5IFSBQJTUT t3fhjpobmboe4ubuf-fbefst t4dippm#pbse.fncfst Why Should You Attend? To complete a school district or regional analysis proactive, is based on Integrated, and Comprehensive Services (ICS): t 6OEFSTUBOEUIFOPOOFHPUJBCMFTTVQQPSUJOH*$4 t 6TFFRVJUZEBUBUPSBJTFTUVEFOUBDIJFWFNFOUGPSBMM TUVEFOUTBOEFMJNJOBUFJOFRVJUJFT t*efoujgzqsbdujdftpgnbshjobmj[bujpopgmfbsofst t TZTUFNGPSBMMMFBSOFSTBUUIFTUBUF SFHJPOBM EJTUSJDU TDIPPM BOEDMBTTSPPNMFWFMT t%fwfmpqufbntuptvqqpsu*$4qsbdujdftjoufbdi JOHBOEMFBSOJOHGPSBMMTUVEFOUT t#vjmeuifdbqbdjuzpgbmmfevdbupstupdpmmbcpsbuf UPQSPBDUJWFMZNFFUUIFOFFETPGBMMMFBSOFST UISPVHI6OJWFSTBM%FTJHOGPS-FBSOJOH 6%- JO UIF$PSFJOTUSVDUJPOBMBSFBT t-fwfsbhfgfefsbm TUBUF BOEMPDBMQPMJDZUPTVQ QPSUQSPBDUJWF*$4 2 The Week-Long National Institute will provide: QSPBDUJWFTZTUFNPG*$4 GPS%JTUSJDUTXIPBSFSFWJFX JOHUIFJSEBUBBOEOFFEJOHUPEFUFSNJOFOFYUTUFQTUP NFOUGPSBMMMFBSOFST $PNQMFUFBOBDUJPOQMBOXJUIHPBMTBOEUJNFMJOFT DPOOFDUFEUPUIFEJTUSJDUWJTJPOBOENJTTJPOGPSQSP BDUJWFTFSWJDFT /FUXPSLXJUIPUIFSEJTUSJDUT SFHJPOT BOETDIPPMUFBNT UPTIBSFFYQFSJFODFTBOEJEFBT "ósnzpvsdpnnjunfouupmfbsojohupmfbegpsfrvjuz BOETPDJBMKVTUJDFGPSUIPTFTUVEFOUTXIPBSFBEWBODFE UPUIPTFXIPTUSVHHMFUIFNPTU ONLINE PRE-INSTITUTE EVENT July 15, Monday 4:00 7:00pm Introductions & Expectations Elise Frattura, Colleen Capper, and Kurt Schneider Course website is located the You will receive information with online meeting web address and can access Institute materials on the web site by June 1st ADDITIONAL NOTES: We apologize, but lunch will not be included at the institute or the academy so please plan accordingly. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop to take full advantage of available resources during the event.

3 July 29th August July 29, Monday July 30, Tuesday 9:00 10:00am Optional School/District/State 9:00-10:00am Optional School/District/State 10:00 4:30pm From Our History to Our to an Asset-Based Lens Asset-Based Models through a Socioeconomic Lens 10:00-4:30 Rigor & Excellence for All Learners Spotlight Rigor and Excellence from the Most Advanced Learner to the Most Struggling Learner: Are Our Instructional Practices Leading to 3

4 Week Long National Leadership for Social Justice Institute July 31, Wednesday 9:00 10:00am 10:00-4:30pm Optional School/District/State Key Research Findings and the Development of Leadership Team Structures to Move Our Work Forward Equity Spotlight The Relation of Systemic Structures and Student Behavior August 1, Thursday 9:00 10:00am :30pm Optional School/District/State Proactive Culture That is Relevant, Proactive, and Non-Marginalizing for All Students SSeen evegevel noooveix Goov vsevi DevSevi IAA Sn Div Equity Spotlight Practices for Students who are Linguistically Diverse 4

5 July 30th August August 2, Friday 9:00 10:00am :30pm Optional School/District/State Leadership for Social Justice: Learning to Lead Move beyond the teaching of Life gets better after High School to proactive school climates and culture Leadership for Social Justice: Learning to Lead by Moving Beyond Bullying Dmr Wrr Lr- W orr W orr rrr rrrcr- rwr r HErr- rr m ororr rw morr r- rw orr! Frr CCr Krr 5

6 Facilitators Colleen Capper Colleen A. Capper is a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy and teaching focus on systems change in schools and districts that advance the learning of all students. She has published extensively on leadership for social justice and equity, including three books: Leading for Social Justice: Transforming Schools for All Learners; Meeting the Needs of Students of All Abilities: Leading Beyond Inclusion (2nd edition) (both with Elise Frattura), and Educational Administration in a Pluralistic Society. She works with schools and districts across the country on redesigning service delivery for all students and raising achievement for typically marginalized students and advanced learners in integrated ways. Capper is currently involved in three related lines of inquiry: 1) Schools that raise and sustain the academic achievement of students of color, low income students, students with disabilities, language diverse students, and advanced learners of all demographics in inclusive ways; 2) preparing and developing leaders to lead these schools; and 3) multiple epistemological perspectives of organizations and administration that can inform the development and practice of leading for social justice. Colleen Capper Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Professor, School of Education University of Wisconsin-Madison Decoteau Irby Decoteau J. Irby, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the department of Administrative Leadership at UWM. His research interests include the cultural politics of urban education; zero tolerance, school safety, and discipline policies; ideological dimensions of school reform movements; and schooling and labor experiences of Black males. He has presented research papers at numerous conferences including American Educational Research Association, American Association of Geographers, and Association of Black Sociologists and has published papers in journals such as Studies in Educational Evaluation and Urban Education. Currently, Dr. Irby is Vice-Chair of the Safe Schools and Communities SIG of the American Educational Research Association. Elizabeth Drame Elizabeth Drame, Ph.D. teaches in the early adolescence through adolescence special education teacher preparation program. She teaches graduate courses in the assessment of students with disabilities, curriculum accommodations and collaborative strategies. Her research interests include educational outcomes for students with disabilities in charter schools, social justice and equity issues in special education, and teacher quality. She currently serves as a member-at-large on the Council for Exceptional Children Board of Directors. Drame earned her Ph.D. in Learning Disabilities from Northwestern University. Decoteau Irby Department of Administrative Leadership Assistant Professor, School of Education Elizabeth Drame Department of Exceptional Education Associate Professor, School of Education 6 Elise Frattura Elise Frattura, Ph.D. is an associate professor and department chair at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Exceptional Education and Educational Administration. Dr. Frattura has five years experience as a high school teacher and 13 years as a school district student services and special education administrator, during which time she functioned as an adjunct lecturer at UW-Madison, teaching courses related to diversity in elementary and secondary administration of services for all learners. Currently she is teaching courses in the area of district office administrative leadership for teaching and learning of all students, organizational leadership, and special education law. Elise Frattura Department of Exceptional Education and Educational Administration Associate Professor, School of Education

7 Reva C. Friedman Reva C. Friedman Department of Curriculum and Teaching Associate Professor University of Kansas, Missouri Reva C. Friedman, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Teaching at the University of Kansas, education for 35 years. A former high school teacher and teacher of advanced learners (elementary and secondary), she brings a strong background in core curriculum and continues to educate general education in families, and to collaborate with teachers K-12. Her writings focus on the psychological factors that impact the development of advanced learners and on using models that develop talents and strengths of all students. She has served on the boards of the National Association for Gifted Children and the Association for the Gifted. Currently she serves on NAGC s Professional Standards Committee. On the state level, she is a board member of the Kansas Association for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative. Paula Kluth Dr. Paula Kluth is a consultant, author, advocate, and independent scholar who works with teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities and to create more responsive and engaging schooling experiences for all learners. Paula is a former special educator who has served as a and inclusive schooling. She is the author or co-author of ten books including: You re Going to Love This Kid : Teaching Students with Autism in Inclusive Classrooms ; A Land We Can Share: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism ; The Autism Checklist; Joyful Learning: Active and Collaborative Learning in the Paula Kluth Educational Consultant Most recently she was a recipient of the 20 Under 40 University of Wisconsin Alumni Achievement Award for her work with students with autism. She was also named the National Down Syndrome Congress Educator of the Year in 2007 and the Belle Center of Chicago s Inclusion Advocate of the Year in Kurt Schneider Kurt A. Schneider Assistant Superintendent of Learning (Pupil Services) for the Community Consolidated School District 181 in Illinois Adjunct Professor, School of Education University of Wisconsin-Madison Dr. Kurt A. Schneider is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Learning (Pupil Services) for the Community Consolidated School District 181in Illinois, a western suburban district of Chicago, and is co-leading the Department of Learning. He also has served as part-time adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison teaching courses within the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis and Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education Departments. In 2012, while with the Stoughton Area School District in Wisconsin, he was nationally recognized by both the National Center for Educational Outcomes and the TASH organizations for his work around systems change and the raising of achievement of all students, through inclusive services delivery approaches. In 2011 he was ele cted to the national ASCD S Leadership Council, and in 2009 was recognized by them as an Emerging Leader. Dr. Schneider presently serves as an ASCD (Wisconsin) board member and serves on their program planning committee. His work to raise the achievement of all learners has been repeatedly presented at the local, state and national levels. In addition to his training at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, he has undergraduate and masters degrees in Special Education; superintendent, curriculum/instruction, principal, and Graduate School of Education for studying the Achievement Gap and Critical Issues in Urban Special Education. David Wittee David Wittee, P.h.D. is currently the Director of Student Services in the School District of McFarland, Wisconsin. Prior to working as the Director of Student Services, Mr. Wittee served as a teacher, associate principal, and principal at Indian Mound Middle School (IMMS) in McFarland as well as a teacher in Phoenix, AZ and Chicago, where he helped start a GSA as the IMMS Principal and received the GSAFE Educator of the Year award in David Wittee Director of Student Services School District of McFarland, WI 7

8 3-Day National Educational Leadership Academy Who Should Attend? State, Regional, District, and School Teams s s Why Should You Attend? August 5th August 7th The Three-Day National Academy will provide: August 5, Monday rictt TrT Spotlight But What About Alternative Education? 8

9 2013 August 6, Tuesday 9:00 10:00am Optional School/District/State 10:00-4:30pm Policy, Procedures, and More...Funding t Completing a Policy and Procedure Discrepancy Analysis t Human Resource and Our Hiring Practices t Spotlight Tracking and Ability Grouping - Revisiting the Research and Issues tlearn what federal and state laws say about tracking t Understand the research around tracking and ability grouping t Hear from a panel of elementary, middle, and high school t August 7, Wednesday leaders in schools where students are not tracked or ability grouped 9:00 10:00am Analyze participant school/district tracking and ability data and develop goals and implementation plans for eliminating inequities Optional School/District/State :30pm Future Plans: Phase 2! t Completing our Phase 2 Action Plans t The Change Process - Taking Care of the Change Agents t Evolution of Leadership Spotlight ---- Working with Our Communities and School Boards t Politics and change, discuss relations with school boards and communities in support of proactive service delivery t Discuss how school districts have worked with their communities and school boards t Given points of entry, how have districts created plans providing voice - to move forward across communities t Clarifying needed work at the regional, state and federal level for support t Marketing the message 9

10 Select from Two Summer 2013 Professional Learning Opportunities Registration Information National Leadership for Social Justice Institute [ July 29 August 2, 2013 ] Cost Early April 29 For an individual participant (non-credit): $450 $475 As part of a group of 2-7 from the same school district: As part of a group of 8 or more from the same school district: : $435 $460 $420 $445 3 Credits: Resident Non-Resident (*tuition subject to change) Grad $2, $4, Location UWM Student Union - Ballroom 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. National Educational Leadership Academy [ August 5 7, 2012 ] Cost (*tuition subject to change) Early April 29 For an individual participant: $300 $325 As part of a group of 2-7 from the same school district: $285 $310 As part of a group of 8 or more from the same school district: : $270 $285 1 Credit: Resident Non-Resident (*tuition subject to change) Grad $ $1, Location UWM Student Union - Ballroom 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. EARLY BIRD REGISTER : BY May 13, 2013 REGISTER BY: LEADERSHIP FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE June 3, 2013 EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 10 * Non-UWM participants taking the National Leadership for Social Justice Institute and/or Academy for credit must complete the Special Student Application. Graduate students can enroll at MyUW. Refund Policy If you have registered for non-credit for the Institute or Academy and cancel 30 days or more before the event starts you will receive a full refund of the registration amount minus a $50 administrative fee. If you cancel less than 30 days in advance of the Institute or Academy there will be no refund. Please contact Susan Butkovic for more information at or Hotel Accommodations For housing accommodations, book online with one of the following. options: Hyatt Regency Milwaukee 333 W. Kilborn Ave. Milwaukee, WI Tel: For the Institue: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/socialjusticeinstitute For the Academy: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/socialjusticeacademy The County Clare 1234 N. Astor St. Milwaukee, WI Tel: Web: Kenilworth Square Apartments 1915 E. Kenilworth Pl. Milwaukee, WI Tel: Web: General Questions Please contact Susan Butkovic at or To register immediately, for more information, or for visitor imformation, go to our online registration form at:

11 Registration Forms Register Online!! National Leadership for Social Justice Institute [ July 29 August 2 ] REGISTER BY JUNE 1 Please print out this form and mail it in with your registration fee if you are paying by check. First Name: Last Name: 2. Are you planning on taking the National Leadership for Social Justice Institute for credit? UW-Milwaukee for 3 Graduate credits ** I do notplan to take for credit Position: Organization: School and District: 1. How would you like to register for the National Leadership for Social Institute? (If registering as part of a group, please specify the school and complete a form for each individual) *Amounts represent non-credit registration before 5/20 and after) As an individual participant ($450 / $475) As a group of 2 7 from the same school district ($435 / $460) As a group of 8+ from the same school district ($420 / $445) 3. Do you need special accommodations? Yes, please describe: I need transportation to the conference site. REGISTRATION FEES Please return this form by June 1 along with the Institute registration fee ( check only ) payable to: SOE - Education Outreach Enderis Hall P.O. Box 413 Milwaukee, WI National Leadership for Social Justice Academy [ August 5 7 ] REGISTER BY JUNE 15 Please print out this form and mail it in with your registration fee if you are paying by check. First Name: Last Name: 2. Are you planning on taking the National Leadership for Social Justice Academy for credit? UW-Milwaukee for 1 Graduate credit ** I do notplan to take for credit Position: 3. Do you need special accommodations? Yes, please describe: Organization: School and District: 1. How would you like to register for the National Leadership for Social Academy? (If registering as part of a group, please specify the school and complete a form for each individual) *Amounts represent non-credit registration before 5/20 and after) As an individual participant ($300 / $325) As a group of 2 7 from the same school district ($285 / $310) As a group of 8+ from the same school district ($270 / 285) Thank you for registering for the National Leadership for Social Justice Institute and/or the National Educational Leadership Academy. Please submit your payment to secure your registration. To register, please print form(s) above and return with your payment. Once payment is received you will receive registration and payment Online registration is available at I need transportation to the conference site. REGISTRATION FEES Please return this form by June 1 along with the Institute registration fee ( check only ) payable to: SOE - Education Outreach Enderis Hall P.O. Box 413 Milwaukee, WI **PLEASE NOTE: If you are seeking CREDIT for the insitute or academy, you MUST register with the university as a special student and pay standard tuition through the university. More information available on our website: 11

12 Do you need... In-depth focus on equity & ICS More face-to-face dialogue More time for analysis and goal setting Full immersion in equity work To network with an ICS community of state level leaders, districts, and schools To your commitment to equity and integration Or do you want... Overview of topics Introduction to an ICS community of districts and schools Opportunity to dialogue & network your commitment to equity and integration Reinvigorate and recharge your passion for equity Reconnect with and meet new alumni and colleagues committed to integrated, equity work Presented by the and the University of Wisconsin-Madison National Leadership for Social Justice Institute (3 credit or non-credit) UWM Student Union - Ballroom Additional Class time required on: July 15, [Monday] 4 7pm - Online D2L Site (for those enrolled for credit) July 29 August 2,[Monday Friday] 9am 4:30pm or National Educational Leadership Academy (1 credit or non-credit) UWM Student Union - Ballroom August 5 [Monday] - August 7 [Wednesday], 9am-4:30pm Join other educators in a community committed to equity and excellence. Each event allows attendees to engage in rich dialogue with the facilators. Attend this unique opportunity to share resources and practices with peers. Participants have an option of receiving year round support via on-site coaching and a web community. Mark your calendar for the National Leadership for Social Justice Institute and/or National Leadership for Social Justice Academy summer events! MORE INFORMATION: Visit our web site at for One Stop service or scan this QR code withyour smartphone.

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