Conversations with Mariam
When hiking, a summit is the highest point of the mountain and usually attainable through hard work. National government leaders have traditionally held summits to conference together and agree on policy. Summit also means any gathering of people who care deeply about the same topic.
We use the word summit because we know that school reform takes leadership, hard work, and perspective. As people come together to expand horizons, we all see clearer.
Catch a summit with us, as we explore the ideas and perspectives of experts in a variety of fields and apply it to education. The view is inspiring!
Conversations with Mariam mini-summits are designed for School Principals and Educational Leaders, held twice annually every March and October. Participating in the event is free. Access to past summit transcripts and videos are available for a small fee.