The State Superintendent will host a conference on October 20 on the recommendations of the High School Task Force, which she appointed:
A: Encourage educators and policymakers to move outside of existing structures and pursue innovation.
B: Give students the opportunity to engage in rigorous, authentic learning experiences that are relevant to their learning needs and future ambitions.
C: Create smaller, personalized learning environments and require learning and lifelong education plans for individual students.
D: Promote and enhance partnerships among schools, parents, businesses, and communities, linking community resources with school programs and curriculum.
Link to a PDF of the conference brochure.