Hawaii Alliance Educational Summits to Feature Keynote Speaker Ray McNulty

Hawaii Alliance Educational Summits to Feature Keynote Speaker Ray McNulty

Hawaii_Alliance-Logo_pngHawaii Alliance will host a series of four Educational Summits, “Preparing Adult Learners to Influence Student Achievement,” beginning this Friday, February 27, in Hilo, Hawaii. The half-day summits will feature a keynote address by educational thought leader Ray McNulty, who will share leadership and classroom strategies to boost student performance on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) tests for math and literacy. The keynote will be followed by two breakout sessions focused on literacy and math.

A former state superintendent and Senior Fellow with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as well as former President of ASCD, Ray McNulty is a presenter at the state, national, and international levels. Currently, Mr. McNulty serves as the Dean for the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire University and as the Chair of the National Dropout Prevention Network.

The Hawaii Alliance Educational Summits will continue through March 4th with a summit happening on each of the Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, and Kawaui islands.

For over 10 years, Hawaii Alliance has partnered with schools across the islands to provide quality customized educational support services. The local team is led by turnaround specialists who focus on proven practices in the areas of Leadership, Learning Environment, Assessment for Learning, Pedagogy & Curriculum, and Student & Family Support Systems.

About Hawaii Alliance: Hawaii Alliance is an operating division of Newton Alliance, a subsidiary of Catapult Learning. For the past 35 years, Catapult Learning has been dedicated to improving academic achievement for students from Pre-K to grade 12, with a special focus on intervention for struggling leaders, building teacher capacity, and graduating more students. Catapult Learning’s nationwide network of 4,100 teachers, coaches, and consultants partners with over 300 school districts across the country.

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