Learning from Leaders: Delivering Disruption-Proof Interventions

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Educators are finding innovative ways to provide high-quality tiered intervention to students despite this year's constant learning disruptions. Join us for a special Q&A session with education leaders in a variety of districts across the country, including Gwinnett County Schools, the 13th largest district.

On March 16th at 2:30 EST, Classworks brought together a panel of school and district administrators to share their experiences, successes, and lessons learned. Hear how they identify resources and implement successful tiered intervention processes that positively impacted students and teachers. Leave with actionable steps to simplify your RTI/MTSS processes and deliver consistent, impactful support to students.

We’ll cover:

  1. Choosing reliable intervention resources that easily transition from school to home
  2. Using consistent data to identify and support students
  3. Simplifying time-consuming progress monitoring processes 
  4. Incorporating SEL without adding to teachers’ already full plates 
  5. Wins and lessons learned while navigating ongoing disruptions this year 


Tricia Kennedy | Executive Director | Instructional Development and Support | Gwinnett County Schools, GA 

Dr. Windy Dorsey-Carr | Executive Director of Transformation | Public Schools of Robeson County, NC

Albert Weeden | Principal | Loachapoka High School | Lee County Schools, AL 

Katie Shorey | VP of Curriculum | Big Picture Educational Academy, CA

Trina Moss | K-12 Special Ed Director | Washington County Schools, AL


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