For its third year in a row, Green Dot Public Schools submitted proposals for our educators, leadership team and staff to lead panel discussions at SXSWedu’s annual conference in Austin, TX. Once a year, educators from around the country come together to connect, share best practices and learn how to best serve students. Earlier this year, Green Dot led two panels at SXSWedu. Teachers were lined up out the door to learn about Green Dot’s comprehensive approach to professional development, and Green Dot CEO Marco Petruzzi partnered with Scott Sargrad from the Center for American Progress to discuss ESSA implementation. Green Dot’s presence at SXSWedu 2017 was a smash hit — and we’re expecting next year won’t be any different.
Green Dot has submitted three panels for the SXSWedu 2018 conference and we need your help to make sure our panels get chosen! Create an account with SXSW and vote for Green Dot’s panels. Your votes can help ensure that our panels are chosen and that Green Dot will once again have a strong presence at the most prominent education conference in the country.
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The Keys to Transformation
Chief Growth Officer, Megan Quaile, will lead a discussion about Green Dot’s commitment to transforming communities and schools to that all students have every opportunity to graduate and go to college.
Grow Your Impact: Rethinking the Career Ladder
Annette Gonzalez, Chief Academic Officer, and Dan Helenius, Director for Professional Growth will pull back the curtain on how districts and other school networks can foster career growth in creative and sustainable ways.
Engaging Parent Communities: A Blueprint
Green Dot CEO Marco Petruzzi joins Larry Fondation of United Parents and Students to discuss how the empowerment of parents and families for their students’ education can be a powerful tool for the revitalization of a school and a community. The duo will discuss Green Dot’s unique approach that successfully builds community advocacy.