Evaulation as Warranted Claims
Presenter: Edith Gummer, Director, Classroom-based Research and Evaluation Unit, Education Northwest
Access, Equity, and Academic Success
Facilitators: Emily Lardner, Co-Director, Washington Center for Improving Quality of Undergraduate Education, and Randy Spaulding, Director of Academic Affairs, HECB.
Reflections from the group.
How Can We Align Efforts to Support Teachers Working Across the System?
Moderators: Emily Lardner and Gilles Mainarich, co-directors, Washington Center for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Education. Panelists: Randy Spaulding, Director of Academic Affairs, HECB; Julie Wagner, Elementary Mathematics Specialist, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction; Bill Moore, Policy Associate, State Board for Community and Technical Colleges; Mea Moore, Director, Educational Pathways, Professional Educators Standards Board; Susan Ellen Bacon, Associate Dean, Professional Development, Educational Outreach, College of Education, Seattle University.
College Readiness: What's Working in Professional Development?
Moderator: Julie Jacob, Executive Director, Center for Learning Connections. Panelists: William Condon, Director of Campus Writing Programs and Professor of English, Washington State University; John Marshall, English teacher, North Central High School, Spokane; Frances Guerrero, English teacher, Eisenhower High School, Yakima; Bradley Bleck, English Faculty, Spokane Falls Community College; Mark Fuzie, English Faculty, Yakima Valley Community College; and Bobby Cummings, Professor of English and English Education Coordinator, Central Washington University.
Mark David Milliron, Deputy Director, Postsecondary Improvement, US Program at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Title II Project Directors and Participants: Education and arts and sciences faculty from two- and four-year colleges, middle school and high school teachers and principals, and school district personnel.
College Readiness Teams: Two- and four-year English, science, and math faculty and high school teachers.
Administrators: Staff from K-12 and higher education agencies, Governor’s office and Legislature.