2017 America's Best Urban Schools Symposium - Nashville, TN

Nashville, Tennessee
Monday, May 15, 2017

2017 America's Best Urban Schools Symposium - Nashville, TN

Monday, May 15, 2017 - Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Sheraton Music City Hotel
777 McGavock Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
United States

(888) 627-7060/(615) 885-2200
Phone: (619) 594-7905, Email: megan@mail.sdsu.edu

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The ​2017 ​America's ​Best ​Urban ​Schools ​Symposium ​will ​be ​held ​on ​May ​15-17, ​2017 ​in ​Nashville, ​TN. ​Please ​join ​our ​returning ​attendees ​who ​have ​called ​the ​NCUST ​Symposium ​the ​most ​powerful ​professional ​development ​experience ​of ​the ​year!

The ​National ​Center ​for ​Urban ​School ​Transformation ​(NCUST) ​spotlights ​the ​nation’s ​top ​urban ​schools ​that ​achieve ​exceptional ​academic ​results. ​Through ​the ​America's ​Best ​Urban ​School ​Award, ​NCUST ​rewards ​outstanding ​schools ​and ​studies ​their ​successes. ​Our ​America's ​Best ​Urban ​Schools ​Symposium ​provides ​a ​showcase ​for ​our ​award ​winners ​and ​offers ​compelling ​evidence ​that ​schools ​in ​some ​of ​the ​nation’s ​poorest ​neighborhoods ​are ​changing ​students’ ​lives. ​

Educators ​attending ​the ​Symposium ​become ​convinced ​that ​we ​have ​no ​good ​excuses ​for ​settling ​for ​lower ​levels ​of ​academic ​results. ​ ​For ​many ​educators, ​the ​symposium ​is ​an ​important ​first ​step ​in ​the ​journey ​to ​academic ​excellence. ​Frequently ​school ​and ​district ​teams ​exit ​the ​symposium ​with ​specific ​plans ​regarding ​how ​they ​will ​break ​down ​barriers ​to ​achievement, ​build ​a ​data-focused, ​collaborative ​learning ​community, ​and ​enable ​all ​students ​to ​learn.
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