Upcoming Meetings

February 2011 -Atlanta, Georgia Meeting

i3 Project Team Meeting- Wednesday, February 9, 2011 AM
Board Meeting- Wednesday, February 9, 2011 PM
Forum Meeting- Thursday, February 10 &11, 2011

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February Meeting Registration Form

February Meeting Invoice

HOTEL INFORMATION:
Hyatt Place Atlanta/Buckhead
3242 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
Tel: 404.869.6161
www.hyattplacebuckhead.com
Room Rate: $114 a night
Reservations: call – 1-888-HYATT-HP and request the “National Forum group rate” or book online.

Reservations need to be made by 12:01 am on Wednesday, January 19, 2011.

HOTEL SERVICES & AMENITIES
Complimentary continental breakfast
Complimentary wireless Internet access throughout hotel
Complimentary covered parking
Complimentary fitness center and outdoor swimming pool
Complimentary local shuttle service within 2 miles of property
Complimentary local phone calls

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
*We are conveniently located in the heart of Buckhead, near the best dining and shopping in Atlanta
*MARTA transportation to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for $2.00 – we are just 2.5 blocks away from the Buckhead MARTA station

June 2011 -Washington DC Meeting

AED- Early Indicators Pre-Conference- Wednesday June 22 9 AM-3 PM
i3 Project Team Meeting- Wednesday, June 22
Board Meeting- Wednesday, June 22 PM
STW Conference- Thursday- June 23, Friday- June 24 & Saturday June 25
State Directors’ Retreat- Saturday, June 25 – 12 PM-5 PM & Sunday, June 26 – 8 AM-12 PM

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i3 Minimize

Click here for the notes summarizing the I3 announcement in the FR from last October. The RFP may change once the Department reviews the comments.

I3 Grant -Proposed Priorities

I3 Power Point-USED Guidance

I3 Fact Sheet on ED.gov

Article by Educational Publishing about I3 Funds Announcement

Notes from Mar 17 National Forum Meeting on I3

Notes from Mar 10 National Forum Meeting on I3

Notes form Feb 17 National Forum Meeting on I3

Organizing Frame

I3 PowerPoint from Webinar

Print

National Forum Meetings Minimize

October 2010 -Indianapolis Meeting

October Meeting Registration Form

October Meeting Invoice

Below are the agenda, powerpoints and handouts from the meeting:

Agenda- October 2010 Indianapolis, IN

ESEA update from Washington Partners

i3 Briefing- Debby Kasak, Peter Murphy, Irv Howard, Deb Schrock, Nancy Flowers & Gayle Anderws
*Presentation

Common Planning Time Progect (AERE Middle Level Special Interest Group) -Steve Mertens, Illinois State University
*Presentation *Common Planning Time Article *Article-The Use of CPT: Case Study of Two Kentucky STW

Today Show Video Clip- NASSP Breakthrough School – Patti Kinney, NASSP

Learning Forward- Fredrick Brown
*Presentation *Policy Points Article

Early Indicators- Patrick Montesano, AED

Results and Recommendations from the “2009 Radomly Selected and HighlySuccessful Middle Level Schools” McEwin 2010 MS Journal

Strategic Plan – John Harrison, Sue Swaim & Gayle Andrews
*Presentation *The Plan *Strategy Areas

Febuary 2010 -Myrtle Beach Meeting

February Meeting Registration Form

February Meeting Invoice

Below are the agenda and documents that were discussed during the meeting:

Agenda

Increasing Achievement by Focusing Grade-Level Teams on Improving Classroom Learning: A Prospective, Quasi-Experimental Study of Title I Schools- William M. Saunders
(Short Version) (Full Article)

Report: Universal Access to a Quality Education

Social Equity Statement

Strategic Planning Power Point

Middle Level Concept Crosswalk

National Forum Policy Statement on Class Assignment
Click here to view the National Forum’s other Policy Statements

Tracking and Detracking: High Achievers in Massachusetts Middle Schools – Tom Loveless

Detracking for Sucess