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MGC Conversations 6: Student Empowerment Through Dialogue

Student partners and educators follow up the January conversations with a discussion of how teachers need to worry less about "getting it right" and more about having critical conversations.

MGC Conversations: Student Empowerment, Part 2

MGC: Conversations Webinar 6, February 18 @ 3:15 Register here. Last month’s powerful conversation with students has necessitated a second chapter! This month we will continue our discussion related to student empowerment and shared perspectives.

MGC Conversations: Student Empowerment

Last week's conversation included several students. Their insights, perspective and suggestions were incredible. Check it out here:

Middle Grades Conference: January 23

2021 Middle Grades Conference Over 200 educators convened at the week-long Middle Grades Institute last summer to plan for an uncertain school year. Today they return to share their experiences and learning…

Middle Grades Review: Global Education in Middle Grades

Publication of a special edition of the Middle Grades Review, Global Education in Middle Grades can be found here:

MGC Conversations: Assessing and Reporting in a Pandemic

The Middle Grades Collaborative is hosting its 4th conversation of the 2020-21 school year focused on assessment and reporting during a pandemic.

2021 Conference Concurrent Sessions Updated Regularly!

Our 2021 Conference's concurrent sessions are expanding daily! Just a few of the titles include: 20 Restorative Practices that Focus on Celebrating Students’ Assets Confronting Stereotypes…

Annual Conference: Equitable Learning for Our Children and Youth

Saturday, January 23, 2021, 9:00am-4:30pm EST This free and fully online conference features a wide array of educators, students, and community stakeholders who gather to share classroom, team and school…

Dr. Dena Simmons to Keynote Conference

Dr. Dena Simmons will be keynoting the 2021 annual conference with a talk entitled, "Selfcare, Healing, and Equity Responsive Practices For Educators When the World Feels Heavy." Dr. Simmons is the Assistant…