The ExcelinEd National Summit on Education Reform will be held in San Diego from November 19 – 21st and brings lawmakers, educators, and education advocacy organizations together to share best practices and trends in education reform.
As a sponsor of the Summit, The Myers-Briggs Company will be an exhibitor at the event and host two events detailed below. Stop by to learn more about how our partners are impacting their students and making real strides in working towards change. Plus, take a break at our booth and take a picture at our photo booth!
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National Summit attendees are invited to join the Cajon Valley Union School District for a firsthand look at how they are realigning public education to meet the demands of life after graduation through personalized education that develops students’ interests into career goals.
Beginning with a tour of Meridian Elementary School and ending with a tour of Cajon Valley Middle School, participants will explore physical and digital resources to experience how World of Work is creating a bridge from student self-awareness to intentional career exposure.
Staying for the conference?
If so, we’ll be hosting a Roundtable session on Wednesday, November 20th in the Indigo Ballroom with our partners and their students:
What does the data say? Join us for an engaging discussion with our partners to learn about the latest research, programs taking place across the country to close existing equity gaps and hear from World of Work (and their students!) about the teaching movement that is transforming education in America.
Our speakers include:
- Dr. Angela Long, Director of Strategic Engagement, Tallahassee Community College
- Madeline Pumariega, Provost and Executive Vice President, Tallahassee Community College
- Mr. Ed Hidalgo, Chief Innovation & Engagement Officer, Cajon Valley Union School District
- Dr. David Miyashiro, Superintendent, Cajon Valley Union School District