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Maine TURN MeetingHosted by Maine Education AssociationCollaborating to Address Social-Emotional Learning December 3, 20154:00pm-8:00pmMaine Education Association Office29 Christopher Toppin Dr.Portland, MEWe welcome Maine TURN teams representing union and teacher leaders, school and district administration, school board members, and community partners to join us for dinner and converstation.
Our next Northeast TURN Labor-Management Collaboration Conference is set for September 25-26, 2015 in Cambridge, MA. We are excited to once again be able to provide this opportunity to bring together collaborative teams of union and management from across the Northeast TURN region.
Save the Date Northeast TURN Conference September 25-26 in Cambridge, MA
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Three recent articles from Harvard, which speak to the promise of improvement networks to foster innovation (links to the right). NRC publications on 21st century skills (Education for Life and Work) from three sources: meyda.education.gov.
Click here to Register Leading Our Profession: Union-Led Collaborative Approaches toward Implementing & Sustaining Education ReformOur next Northeast TURN Conference is set for October 2-3, 2014 in Cambridge, MA. We are excited to be able to provide this opportunity to bring together collaborative teams of union and management from across the NE region states.
Northeast TURN Spring 2014: Implementing the CCSS & Teacher Evaluations through Collaborative Partnerships
Friday, March 21, 2014 (10 am - 5 pm) Saturday, March 22, 2014 (8:30 am - 12:30 pm) Featured TopicsThe Power of Collaborative Partnerships to Implement the Common Core and Teacher EvaluationsCCSS Promising Practices for Practitioners and LeadersAssessments and the Common CoreLabor-Management Collaborative Structures & Processes focused on improving Teaching & LearningRegional TURN Communit...
http://youtu.be/ngI60P2qs1o See/hear what Caroline Foster, 6th-7th grade social studies & PEA Rep, Portland Public Schools has to say about NE TURN.