Navigating the upheaval and anxiety caused by Coronavirus magnified the importance of dynamic school leadership. With approximately nine out of ten students worldwide out of school due to the pandemic, school leaders pivoted their institutions from entrenched educational practice through aggressive change, in some cases, overnight.
This forum gives us an opportunity to hear firsthand from global school leaders how their leadership decisions flexed—how they juggled personal, staff, parent, student, and community concerns about safety, schooling, and employment. If we listen closely, these leaders' words may lead us toward meaningful change in how we think about education leadership—in both ordinary and extraordinary circumstances.
Join this panel of experts, moderated by Dr. Jose Rivera, Vice-President of Global Development and Strategy, and hear the voices of a diverse group of administrators from around the world who are unknown to each other but who have shared the weight of organizational responsibility in a singular season.
Audience: School leaders, administrators, coordinators, teachers.
School leaders from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Dr. José Rivera, Vice President Global Development and Strategy, Cognia