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The Center for Collaborative Education is happy to invite you to our second annual Essential Personalized Learning Spring Convening, Envisioning an Equitable Future through Personalized Learning. Our goal at CCE is to drive equity through personalized learning, providing culturally responsive, equitable learning opportunities for all students in New England and beyond. During this day-long event, you will hear from a number of expert guests, including keynote speaker and education justice advocate Clint Smith, as well as the teachers and students championing this work. Admission for the day-long event is $55, and includes breakfast and lunch.
Breakout sessions cover:
New offer: To truly drive equity forward, it takes a dedicated community of educators working collaboratively. That’s why we have an exciting offer to share. All paid registrants for the Spring Convening are invited to bring one colleague for FREE! After you register for the event, you will receive an email with a coupon code for free admission to share.
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