Calendar

Sep
6
Fri
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1, 2020
Non-Member Cost:  $200 for each session
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend VTCLA  meetings if  not interested in the Membership benefits by paying a per session fee.
*If you are interested in becoming a VTCLA Member and what the membership benefits include, please go to this link for more information. VTCLA Membership Information

 

Agendas: the agenda for each session will be posted closer to each individual meeting date

Session 1: September 6 

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

 For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA

Vision

The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

  • Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.
  • Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.
  • Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.
  • Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.
  • Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza
Sep 6 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association
2019 – 2020 Membership Registration

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
2019-2020 Membership Cost:  $600

VTCLA Member vs Non-Member

VTCLA membership is about more than just attending meetings.  Benefits of being a VTCLA member are outlined below. Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend meetings by paying a per session fee of $200 ($1000 total for five meetings vs $600 membership fee).  Membership includes access to numerous benefits not accessible to non-members. See below for more details.

VTCLA Meetings

These meetings are at the heart of the organization.  VTCLA meetings provide members with opportunities for important collegial networking, professional learning, and critical insights into current policy directives from the legislature and AOE.  In the 2019-2020 year, there are five scheduled meetings (9/6, 11/1, 2/7, 4/3, 5/1). Membership provides a discount for attending these meetings ($600 membership fee vs $1000 for guests paying to attend each meeting).  Connecting with other curriculum leaders from across Vermont is important to gain insights into what others are doing and to build collaborative relationships. Furthermore, at each meeting we will engage in professional learning activities to build our collective capacity on topics that are timely to our work. 

*Further information on VTCLA meetings can be found on the website: www.vtcla.org 

Advocacy

VTCLA is an important conduit between curriculum leaders and various state organizations.  The Vermont legislature and the Agency of Education are two important organizations that greatly impact what we as curriculum leaders do in our daily work environment.  Given the myriad of education policy directives in Vermont, it is important that curriculum leaders have a voice in the policy arena. Other educational organizations in Vermont (i.e., VPA, VSA, etc.) currently advocate for their members by having a presence in legislative committee meetings and frequent contact with AOE department leaders.  Starting in the 2019-2020 year, VTCLA will maintain closer partnerships with the VSA, VPA, and VCSEA, and the AOE, along with having a presence in the state house. It is critical that state legislators and senators, along with key leaders within the AOE hear our concerns and suggestions on education policy issues.

Quarterly Newsletter & Website

In October, January, March, and June, VTCLA members will receive a digital newsletter with relevant AOE updates, legislative updates, briefs on current education research, “voices from the field” detailing success stories from Vermont curriculum leaders, and a synthesis of pertinent resources, such as upcoming professional development opportunities.  The goal of the newsletter is to provide members with important and up-to-date information in addition to having a venue for members to share the great work they are doin. VTCLA members will also have access to a “members only” section of our website. This section will host additional resources, information, and documents.

Agendas:

Session 1: September 6

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA
Vision
The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.

Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.

Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.

Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.

Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
10 Downloads
Details
Nov
1
Fri
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1, 2020
Non-Member Cost:  $200 for each session
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend VTCLA  meetings if  not interested in the Membership benefits by paying a per session fee.
*If you are interested in becoming a VTCLA Member and what the membership benefits include, please go to this link for more information. VTCLA Membership Information

 

Agendas: the agenda for each session will be posted closer to each individual meeting date

Session 1: September 6 

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

 For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA

Vision

The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

  • Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.
  • Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.
  • Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.
  • Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.
  • Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza
Nov 1 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association
2019 – 2020 Membership Registration

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
2019-2020 Membership Cost:  $600

VTCLA Member vs Non-Member

VTCLA membership is about more than just attending meetings.  Benefits of being a VTCLA member are outlined below. Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend meetings by paying a per session fee of $200 ($1000 total for five meetings vs $600 membership fee).  Membership includes access to numerous benefits not accessible to non-members. See below for more details.

VTCLA Meetings

These meetings are at the heart of the organization.  VTCLA meetings provide members with opportunities for important collegial networking, professional learning, and critical insights into current policy directives from the legislature and AOE.  In the 2019-2020 year, there are five scheduled meetings (9/6, 11/1, 2/7, 4/3, 5/1). Membership provides a discount for attending these meetings ($600 membership fee vs $1000 for guests paying to attend each meeting).  Connecting with other curriculum leaders from across Vermont is important to gain insights into what others are doing and to build collaborative relationships. Furthermore, at each meeting we will engage in professional learning activities to build our collective capacity on topics that are timely to our work. 

*Further information on VTCLA meetings can be found on the website: www.vtcla.org 

Advocacy

VTCLA is an important conduit between curriculum leaders and various state organizations.  The Vermont legislature and the Agency of Education are two important organizations that greatly impact what we as curriculum leaders do in our daily work environment.  Given the myriad of education policy directives in Vermont, it is important that curriculum leaders have a voice in the policy arena. Other educational organizations in Vermont (i.e., VPA, VSA, etc.) currently advocate for their members by having a presence in legislative committee meetings and frequent contact with AOE department leaders.  Starting in the 2019-2020 year, VTCLA will maintain closer partnerships with the VSA, VPA, and VCSEA, and the AOE, along with having a presence in the state house. It is critical that state legislators and senators, along with key leaders within the AOE hear our concerns and suggestions on education policy issues.

Quarterly Newsletter & Website

In October, January, March, and June, VTCLA members will receive a digital newsletter with relevant AOE updates, legislative updates, briefs on current education research, “voices from the field” detailing success stories from Vermont curriculum leaders, and a synthesis of pertinent resources, such as upcoming professional development opportunities.  The goal of the newsletter is to provide members with important and up-to-date information in addition to having a venue for members to share the great work they are doin. VTCLA members will also have access to a “members only” section of our website. This section will host additional resources, information, and documents.

Agendas:

Session 1: September 6

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA
Vision
The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.

Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.

Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.

Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.

Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
10 Downloads
Details
Nov
5
Tue
Courageous Conversation: BEYOND DIVERSITY/Colchester-Full, waitlist available @ Hampton Inn & Conference Center
Nov 5 – Nov 6 all-day
Courageous Conversation: BEYOND DIVERSITY/Colchester-Full, waitlist available @ Hampton Inn & Conference Center | Colchester | Vermont | United States

Facilitator: Leidene King, Pacific Educational Group/ Full, waitlist available (please e-mail CVEDC to request waitlist)


Dates: November 5 & 6, 2019  Time: 8:30 am registration 9 am -4:30 pm (breakfast and lunches included)

Target Audience: Instructional leaders and coaches, special education leaders, curriculum leaders, select principals and school team members

Beyond Diversity is a powerful, personally transforming two-day seminar that helps teachers, students, and administrators understand the impact of race on our lives, our work and our learning. Interactive and stirring exercises strength participants’ critical consciousness of race and leads them to investigate the role that racism plays in institutionalizing achievement disparities. Most importantly, it models and teaches a protocol for discussing race in ways that are productive, insightful, and generative. We cannot solve the problems created by systemic racism without discussing race, and Beyond Diversity, a program with a 25-year history and over 100,000 alumni, imparts a method for having Courageous Conversations.

ENGAGE
In a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of race and racism and grapple with how each influences the culture and climate of our schools.

PRACTICE
Using strategies for identifying and addressing the policies, programs, and practices that negatively impact students of color achievement and serve as barriers to ALL students receiving a world-class education

DEVELOP
The knowledge and requisite skills for engaging, sustaining, and deepening Courageous Conversation about the impact of race and racism on schooling.

CORE SEMINAR TOPICS & CONCEPTS
· Courageous Conversation Protocol
· Racial Identity Development and Practice
· (De)Constructing Systemic Racism
· Adaptive Leadership for Equity

COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION FRAMEWORK

“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to speak openly and candidly on the subject of race.”
-Hon. Sonia Sotomayor,  U.S. Supreme Court Justice (2014)

BeyonddiversityNov
BeyonddiversityNov
beyonddiversityNov.pdf
522.1 KiB
43 Downloads
Details

Nov
7
Thu
Courageous Conversation: BEYOND DIVERSITY/Hyde Park @ Green Mountain Technology & Career Center
Nov 7 – Nov 8 all-day
Courageous Conversation: BEYOND DIVERSITY/Hyde Park @ Green Mountain Technology & Career Center | Hyde Park | Vermont | United States

Facilitator: Dawan Julien, Pacific Educational Group


Dates: November 7 & 8, 2019  Time: 8:30 am registration 9 am -4:30 pm (breakfast and lunches included)

Target Audience: Instructional leaders and coaches, special education leaders, curriculum leaders, select principals and school team members

Beyond Diversity is a powerful, personally transforming two-day seminar that helps teachers, students, and administrators understand the impact of race on our lives, our work and our learning. Interactive and stirring exercises strength participants’ critical consciousness of race and leads them to investigate the role that racism plays in institutionalizing achievement disparities. Most importantly, it models and teaches a protocol for discussing race in ways that are productive, insightful, and generative. We cannot solve the problems created by systemic racism without discussing race, and Beyond Diversity, a program with a 25-year history and over 100,000 alumni, imparts a method for having Courageous Conversations.

ENGAGE
In a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of race and racism and grapple with how each influences the culture and climate of our schools.

PRACTICE
Using strategies for identifying and addressing the policies, programs, and practices that negatively impact students of color achievement and serve as barriers to ALL students receiving a world-class education

DEVELOP
The knowledge and requisite skills for engaging, sustaining, and deepening Courageous Conversation about the impact of race and racism on schooling.

CORE SEMINAR TOPICS & CONCEPTS
· Courageous Conversation Protocol
· Racial Identity Development and Practice
· (De)Constructing Systemic Racism
· Adaptive Leadership for Equity

COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION FRAMEWORK

“The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to speak openly and candidly on the subject of race.”
-Hon. Sonia Sotomayor,  U.S. Supreme Court Justice (2014)

BeyonddiversityNov
BeyonddiversityNov
beyonddiversityNov.pdf
522.1 KiB
43 Downloads
Details

Feb
7
Fri
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1, 2020
Non-Member Cost:  $200 for each session
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend VTCLA  meetings if  not interested in the Membership benefits by paying a per session fee.
*If you are interested in becoming a VTCLA Member and what the membership benefits include, please go to this link for more information. VTCLA Membership Information

 

Agendas: the agenda for each session will be posted closer to each individual meeting date

Session 1: September 6 

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

 For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA

Vision

The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

  • Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.
  • Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.
  • Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.
  • Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.
  • Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association
2019 – 2020 Membership Registration

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
2019-2020 Membership Cost:  $600

VTCLA Member vs Non-Member

VTCLA membership is about more than just attending meetings.  Benefits of being a VTCLA member are outlined below. Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend meetings by paying a per session fee of $200 ($1000 total for five meetings vs $600 membership fee).  Membership includes access to numerous benefits not accessible to non-members. See below for more details.

VTCLA Meetings

These meetings are at the heart of the organization.  VTCLA meetings provide members with opportunities for important collegial networking, professional learning, and critical insights into current policy directives from the legislature and AOE.  In the 2019-2020 year, there are five scheduled meetings (9/6, 11/1, 2/7, 4/3, 5/1). Membership provides a discount for attending these meetings ($600 membership fee vs $1000 for guests paying to attend each meeting).  Connecting with other curriculum leaders from across Vermont is important to gain insights into what others are doing and to build collaborative relationships. Furthermore, at each meeting we will engage in professional learning activities to build our collective capacity on topics that are timely to our work. 

*Further information on VTCLA meetings can be found on the website: www.vtcla.org 

Advocacy

VTCLA is an important conduit between curriculum leaders and various state organizations.  The Vermont legislature and the Agency of Education are two important organizations that greatly impact what we as curriculum leaders do in our daily work environment.  Given the myriad of education policy directives in Vermont, it is important that curriculum leaders have a voice in the policy arena. Other educational organizations in Vermont (i.e., VPA, VSA, etc.) currently advocate for their members by having a presence in legislative committee meetings and frequent contact with AOE department leaders.  Starting in the 2019-2020 year, VTCLA will maintain closer partnerships with the VSA, VPA, and VCSEA, and the AOE, along with having a presence in the state house. It is critical that state legislators and senators, along with key leaders within the AOE hear our concerns and suggestions on education policy issues.

Quarterly Newsletter & Website

In October, January, March, and June, VTCLA members will receive a digital newsletter with relevant AOE updates, legislative updates, briefs on current education research, “voices from the field” detailing success stories from Vermont curriculum leaders, and a synthesis of pertinent resources, such as upcoming professional development opportunities.  The goal of the newsletter is to provide members with important and up-to-date information in addition to having a venue for members to share the great work they are doin. VTCLA members will also have access to a “members only” section of our website. This section will host additional resources, information, and documents.

Agendas:

Session 1: September 6

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA
Vision
The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.

Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.

Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.

Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.

Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
10 Downloads
Details
Apr
3
Fri
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza
Apr 3 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Meetings for Non-Members 2019-2020 (Choose the dates of your choice) @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1, 2020
Non-Member Cost:  $200 for each session
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend VTCLA  meetings if  not interested in the Membership benefits by paying a per session fee.
*If you are interested in becoming a VTCLA Member and what the membership benefits include, please go to this link for more information. VTCLA Membership Information

 

Agendas: the agenda for each session will be posted closer to each individual meeting date

Session 1: September 6 

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

 For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA

Vision

The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

  • Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.
  • Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.
  • Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.
  • Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.
  • Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza
Apr 3 @ 9:00 am
VTCLA Membership Registration 2019-2020 @ Capitol Plaza | Montpelier | Vermont | United States

Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association
2019 – 2020 Membership Registration

Meeting Dates: September 6, November 1, February 7, April 3 and May 1
Location:  Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
2019-2020 Membership Cost:  $600

VTCLA Member vs Non-Member

VTCLA membership is about more than just attending meetings.  Benefits of being a VTCLA member are outlined below. Non-VTCLA members are still welcome to attend meetings by paying a per session fee of $200 ($1000 total for five meetings vs $600 membership fee).  Membership includes access to numerous benefits not accessible to non-members. See below for more details.

VTCLA Meetings

These meetings are at the heart of the organization.  VTCLA meetings provide members with opportunities for important collegial networking, professional learning, and critical insights into current policy directives from the legislature and AOE.  In the 2019-2020 year, there are five scheduled meetings (9/6, 11/1, 2/7, 4/3, 5/1). Membership provides a discount for attending these meetings ($600 membership fee vs $1000 for guests paying to attend each meeting).  Connecting with other curriculum leaders from across Vermont is important to gain insights into what others are doing and to build collaborative relationships. Furthermore, at each meeting we will engage in professional learning activities to build our collective capacity on topics that are timely to our work. 

*Further information on VTCLA meetings can be found on the website: www.vtcla.org 

Advocacy

VTCLA is an important conduit between curriculum leaders and various state organizations.  The Vermont legislature and the Agency of Education are two important organizations that greatly impact what we as curriculum leaders do in our daily work environment.  Given the myriad of education policy directives in Vermont, it is important that curriculum leaders have a voice in the policy arena. Other educational organizations in Vermont (i.e., VPA, VSA, etc.) currently advocate for their members by having a presence in legislative committee meetings and frequent contact with AOE department leaders.  Starting in the 2019-2020 year, VTCLA will maintain closer partnerships with the VSA, VPA, and VCSEA, and the AOE, along with having a presence in the state house. It is critical that state legislators and senators, along with key leaders within the AOE hear our concerns and suggestions on education policy issues.

Quarterly Newsletter & Website

In October, January, March, and June, VTCLA members will receive a digital newsletter with relevant AOE updates, legislative updates, briefs on current education research, “voices from the field” detailing success stories from Vermont curriculum leaders, and a synthesis of pertinent resources, such as upcoming professional development opportunities.  The goal of the newsletter is to provide members with important and up-to-date information in addition to having a venue for members to share the great work they are doin. VTCLA members will also have access to a “members only” section of our website. This section will host additional resources, information, and documents.

Agendas:

Session 1: September 6

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
19 Downloads
Details

For questions, contact: Andrew Jones:  ajones@millriverschools.org

About VTCLA
Vision
The Vermont Curriculum Leaders Association is a professional organization focused on effective teaching and learning practices in Vermont schools and school systems. VTCLA partners with agencies, organizations, policy makers, and educators to provide expertise, leadership, and advocacy regarding issues of curriculum, instruction and assessment to enhance learning in Vermont’s schools.

Mission

Improve PreK-12 student learning and outcomes.

Collaborate effectively with other organizations that are within and beyond Vermont.

Maximize support and sustainability of our membership by providing opportunities for professional growth and networking.

Expand the network of Vermont curriculum leaders in our organization.

Increase our advocacy efforts in the State of Vermont.

VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA Agenda September 6th, 2019
VTCLA-Agenda-September-6th-2019.pdf
59.6 KiB
10 Downloads
Details