Leadership Conference to Focus on School Successes and District Reform

Posted: March 08, 2004
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The West Virginia Department of Education has scheduled its third round of leadership conferences that assist counties in meeting No Child Left Behind Accountability measures. The conference will take place over a period of two days, beginning Tuesday, March 9.  

Superintendents, county board members and others in the education community will gather at the Charleston Civic Center to hear presentations by leaders in the areas of school improvement.  

“We have planned an informative two-day professional development conference that will focus on district reform and school district successes,” said Lydia McCue, Executive Assistant to the State Superintendent. “We have invited excellent speakers who I believe will energize our county teams so they leave with a renewed agenda for success.”  

The two-day leadership conference gets underway Tuesday morning at 8:30 at the Charleston Civic Center Little Theater. George McKenna, Assistant Superintendent for the Pasedena School District, will deliver the keynote address. Following his address, participants will breakout into concurrent sessions on school success.  

Wednesday’s session will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a keynote address from Dr. Douglas B. Reeves, Chairman and Founder of the Center for Performance Assessment. Concurrent sessions on district reform will follow his address.  

For more information, contact Lydia McCue, Executive Assistant to the State Superintendent, at (304) 558-3199.

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