1. Wallace Webinar Jan 24 2013

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    Developing Strong and Sustainable Partnerships for Preparation

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    • UCEA Convention 2012 - Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Summit

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      UCEA Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Summit Presenters: Michelle D. Young, UCEA Maria Luisa Gonzalez, University of Texas at El Paso Mark A. Gooden, University of Texas at Austin Khaula Murtadha, Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis Chair/Discussant: Cristóbal Rodriguez, New Mexico State University/UCEA

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      • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session VI: Shelley Stewart, UCEA Banquet

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        GENERAL SESSION VI: UCEA BANQUET Welcome and Introductions: Cindy Reed, Auburn University (Host) Betty Lou Whitford, Dean of the School of Education, Auburn University UCEA Banquet Speaker: Dr. Shelley Stewart, Mattie C. Stewart Foundation Introduced by Cindy Reed, Auburn University Actions Speak Louder Than Words : At the age of 7, after witnessing a horrific murder and suffering severe abuse at the hands of close relatives, Shelley Stewart became a homeless child living on the streets of Birmingham, Alabama, which during Shelley’s childhood was a deeply segregated community. Today, Dr. Stewart is president and CEO of 02ideas, one of the country’s longest-running and largest privately held corporate communication companies. He is also the founder and Board President of the Mattie C. Stewart Foundation, named for his mother and dedicated to reducing the nation’s dropout rate. Stewart credits his rise from poverty and abuse largely to a relationship established with a first-grade teacher who told him he could be anything he wanted to be if he learned to read and got an education. In his keynote address, Stewart will discuss his life, his battle to lower high school dropout rates, and challenge you to act in ways that change lives.

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        • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session V: Allan Walker, Penn State Mitstifer Lecture

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          GENERAL SESSION V: PENN STATE MITSTIFER LECTURE Welcome and Introductions: Susan Korach, University of Denver (Host) Pennsylvania State University Mitstifer Lecture: Dr. Allan Walker, Hong Kong Institute of Education Introduced by Ed Fuller, Pennsylvania State University The Leaders We Want? Clones, Drones, and Dragons: This talk examines a number of key issues around successful school leadership and leader development in the Asia Pacific region. Three metaphors are used to frame, track and analyze recent research and commentary in the area – these are clones, drones and dragons. The metaphors provide a useful way to examine the evolution, development and ongoing uncertainties which continue to plague our attempts to understand and prepare successful leaders. Clones duplicate what others think they know about successful leadership. Drones are controlled ‘from-afar’ by centralized authorities or other ‘outsiders’. Dragons take organic forms which can mutate in terms of shape, color and form in line with more localized needs. As such, they aim to nurture leaders who lead change successfully within their communities with reference to but not dictated by standardized knowledge. Issues flowing from interactions between these categories form a set of questions or tensions faced by systems and leaders across the region.

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          • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session IV: In Honor of UCEA Jackson Scholars, John H. Jackson

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            GENERAL SESSION IV: IN HONOR OF UCEA JACKSON SCHOLARS Welcome and Introductions: Cosette Grant-Overton, University of Cincinnati (Host) UCEA Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Speaker: Dr. John H. Jackson, The Schott Foundation for Public Education Introduced by Frank Tuitt, Associate Provost for Inclusive Excellence, University of Denver Building the Next Generation of Scholars of Color: John H. Jackson is the President and CEO of The Schott Foundation for Public Education and leads the Foundation’s efforts to ensure a high quality public education for all students regardless of race or gender. Dr. Jackson joined the Schott Foundation after seven productive years in leadership positions at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). He served as the NAACP Chief Policy Officer and prior to that as the NAACP’s National Director of Education.

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            • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session III: A Wallace Town Hall

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              General Session III: Evaluating and Promoting Educator Effectiveness Through National State and Local Policy Levers: A Wallace Town Hall For the last few years, the Wallace Foundation has sponsored a town hall conversation during the UCEA convention focused on critical issues related to leadership preparation, practice and policy. The focus of the 2012 town hall is educator effectiveness and how state level policies (and the national policy levers) are seeking to support educator effectiveness. The panel will also focus on the implications of these trends for leadership preparation and professional development. Presenters: Tom Boasberg, Denver Public Schools Joseph Murphy, Vanderbilt University Dick Flanary, National Association of Secondary School Principals Michael Johnston, Colorado State Senate Julie Bell, National Conference of State Legislatures

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              • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session II: Andrea Rorrer, UCEA Presidential Address

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                GENERAL SESSION II: UCEA PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS Welcome and Introductions: Lisa Kensler, Auburn University (Host) UCEA Presidential Address: Dr. Andrea Rorrer, University of Utah Introduced by Cindy Reed, Auburn University Optimism, Opportunity, and Obligation: UCEA and the Future of Leadership Preparation and Practice - With a history over a half-century long, UCEA has directed attention to the role of quality leadership preparation and development, and scholarship on individuals, organizations, policies, politics, and practices that hinder and support quality leadership preparation and practice. So, now how will UCEA (re)define the future of leadership preparation and practice? This keynote address will reflect on the reasons we have to be optimistic about UCEA and the field’s future, the opportunities we have to deliberately influence our future, and the obligation we have as a collective to remain engaged in setting, shaping, and shifting the agenda to ensure that quality leadership preparation and practice serves its role in creating an equitable educational systems.

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                • UCEA Convention 2012 - General Session I: Sonia Nieto, Texas A & M Social Justice Speaker

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                  UCEA Convention 2012 GENERAL SESSION I: TEXAS A&M SOCIAL JUSTICE SPEAKER Entertainment: Drum Line - Montbello High School, Denver Welcome and Introductions: Cindy Reed, Auburn University (Host) Lindsay Neil, Director Children's Affairs, Office of Children's Affairs, City and County of Denver Maria Riva, University of Denver, Associate Dean of the Morgridge College of Education Michelle Young, UCEA Executive Director Texas A&M Social Justice Speaker: Dr. Sonia Nieto, University of Massachusetts-Amherst Introduced by Terah Venzant-Chambers, Texas A&M University Teacher Leadership as Social Justice: Although the concept of leadership is often reserved for talking about administrators, policy makers, and scholars, teacher leadership is an often hidden, yet crucial, element of educational justice. In this talk, I will explore what leadership for social justice means. Based on interviews with a select group of teachers around the nation, I will highlight some of the themes related to social justice that emerged from our discussions.

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                  • UCEA 2012 Convention - Awards Luncheon

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                    This luncheon was established to honor the recipients of UCEA Awards. The UCEA Awards focus on contributions to scholarship, teaching, student development and the improvement of educational leadership preparation and practice. Presenters: Mariela A. Rodriguez, University of Texas at San Antonio Terah Talei Venzant Chambers, Texas A&M University Alan Shoho, University of Texas at San Antonio Bruce Barnett, University of Texas at San Antonio/UCEA Karen Seashore Louis, University of Minnesota Award Winners: Maria Luisa Gonzalez, University of Texas at El Paso Jim Scheurich, Texas A&M University Alex J Bowers, Teachers College, Columbia University Kenneth Leithwood, OISE/University of Toronto Lisa Bass, Greg Gorn, & Lisa Monroe, University of Oklahoma Chair/Discussant: Ann O’Doherty, University of Washington

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                    • UCEA LSDL Promo Video

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                      UCEA FIPSE teaser video produced for the project, "Preparing Leaders to Support Diverse Learners: Curriculum Modules for Leadership Preparation."

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