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2024 National ESEA Conference Features Westat Expertise

February 1, 2024

Westat staff from across the Comprehensive Center Network will be participating at the 2024 National ESEA Conference on February 7–10, 2024, in Portland, Oregon and online. The National ESEA Conference is aimed at coordination among federal education programs under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and other federal programs.

Westat staff from the National Comprehensive Center will be orchestrating a triple booth (#826–829) in the exhibit hall, engaging attendees with fun activities, discussing projects and services, and disseminating resources and swag. We hope you’ll stop by in person or virtually to learn more about Westat and the work of the Comprehensive Center Network.

Westat staff will be presenting in 6 sessions (see below; Westat staff in bold), with topics ranging from best practices for educator effectiveness, tutoring programs, and data-driven financial decisionmaking.

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Wednesday, February 7, 2024

10:45 am–12:15 pm

Matthew Finster, Amy Lamitie, and Carla Warren. (Workshop). Managing Teacher Leadership for School Improvement.

10:45 am–12:15 pm

Rachel Crowley, April Kiser-Edwards, and Lori Vandeborne. (Virtual). In the NIC of Time: Fostering a Culture of Improvement Through Professional Conversations.

4:15–5:15 pm

Jalima Alicea, Matt Barrow, Danielle Crain, Jill Lammert, Elisabeth Lembo, Catherine Premont, and Ventura Rodriguez. (Lecture). Using Data-Informed Decision Making to Support Equitable and Sustainable Investments Post ESSER/ESF.

Thursday, February 8, 2024

2:00–3:30 pm

Tanya Collins and Christina Endres. (Workshop). The Keys to Ensuring Academic Engagement and Success for Students in Foster Care.

Friday, February 9, 2024

9:30–11:00 am

Darcy Pietryka and Scott Richardson. (Virtual). State and District Use of Title II, Part A Funds.

Saturday, February 10, 2024

10:00–11:00 am

Chris Dwyer, Sherelle Foust, Tracie Jones, and Jacob Williams (Lecture). Tutoring: The Simple but Complicated Response to Lost Learning.

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