Future-Proofing Education:
Charting a Path Forward for Schools to Promote Learning for Mastery

About the Webinar

Until recently, assessment practices have incentivized academic performance, which leads to rote learning not skill development and mastery of subject matter. This leaves too many students struggling, disengaged and ill-equipped. Similarly, educators are increasingly stressed, frustrated and exiting the profession, partly because they are not empowered or trained to foster learning success.

Sadly, traditional schooling has not been accountable for learning or developing their students’ abilities. Students, parents, administrators, researchers, and education advocates alike have been calling for a change. That time is finally here. What does this much needed and critical shift mean for schools and the administrators who guide them? How will teaching and learning be impacted? How can organizations capitalize on this exciting new horizon?

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Presenters & Moderator

Featuring Mastery Transcript Consortium (MTC) Schools

Dr. Cory Steiner
Northern Cass School District 97 in Hunter, North Dakota

Dr. Cory Steiner is the Superintendent for Northern Cass School District 97, in Hunter, ND. Northern Cass was a 2022 Yass Prize awardee for providing students a reimagined, more innovative path to success through blended learning models and personalized career pathways.

Elizabeth Perry
Assistant Head of School for Academics,
St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, Connecticut

Elizabeth Perry is the Assistant Head of School for Academics at St. Luke’s School in New Canaan, CT. St. Luke’s is a secular private school serving students in grades 5-12. The school’s mission is to deliver an exceptional education that inspires in students a deep love of learning, a strong moral compass, the commitment to serve, and the confidence to lead.

Dr. Jackie Carrillo
 Dean of Studies,
Culver Academies in Culver, Indiana

Dr. Jackie Carrillo is the Dean of Studies at Culver Academies in Culver, IN. Culver is a co-ed, 9-12 boarding school of around 840 students, with a mission of developing leaders and responsible citizens of character.

Natalie Young
Learning & Development Director,

Natalie Young is the Learning & Development Director at COGx. She supports COGx Partner schools in adopting programs on the Science of Learning to ensure their fidelity and success.

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