The At-Risk & Struggling Students Conference focuses on evidence-based programs and strategies educators can use to prevent dropouts and to help students succeed. Historically, more than 1.2 million students in the United States and Canada drop out of high school each year (with the percentages heavily skewed toward males, low-income and minority students). Without intervention, the COVID Crisis is certain to make those numbers skyrocket. This conference provides valuable insights and proven strategies for reaching those students who are most vulnerable.
The At-Risk & Struggling Students Conference is held as part of the Innovative Schools Summit. The Summit assembles internationally recognized innovators together with practicing educators and consultants who are currently finding success with cutting-edge best practices and research-based methodologies in education. These multi-day events provide an opportunity for counselors, teachers, administrators and other educators to learn about new insights and strategies for reaching and teaching students PK-12. In 2021/2022 the Summit will be hosted in five great locations (Orlando, Atlanta, New York, Las Vegas & San Antonio), each covering 4 topic-specific National Conferences – providing a unique opportunity for attendees to learn key insights from a broad spectrum of experts and colleagues from around the country
What to Expect at the Innovative Schools Summit?
What Do Educators Have to Say about the Summit?
What Past Attendees Have to Say…
Who Should Attend?
– Classroom Teachers
– Principals & Assistant Principals
– Other Administrators
– Special Ed Personnel
– School Counselors
– School Psychologists
– School Social Workers
– At-Risk Coordinators
– Community & Faith-Based Youth Workers
– After-School Program Coordinators
– Other Professionals Working with Students
The Innovative Schools Podcast features conversations with authors, researchers, consultants and nationally-recognized speakers & educators who will be presenting at upcoming Innovative Schools Summits.
These conversations also include discussions on student mental and behavioral health, classroom behavior, school climate & culture, innovative teaching methods, student safety and more.