This year’s community forum engaged participants in discussions to develop and update the District’s educational strategies, and advance the three core components of the District’s Strategic Plan – high-quality instruction, continuous improvement and effective communication. Input and feedback received during today’s Ed Talk event will be used to advance the District’s vision and commitment to educating today’s students to succeed in tomorrow’s world.
Ed Talk’s interactive discussion sessions allowed participants to instantly provide feedback and responses to polling questions via laptops at every table and on personal mobile devices. Among the topics of discussion: integrating technology in education, literacy, early childhood learning, and preparing students for college and careers.
“We had an incredible turnout on a beautiful South Florida morning. It’s exciting and encouraging to see so many people committed to making a difference in education,” said Superintendent Runcie. “The success of our students and schools impacts all aspects of our community. The important discussions that took place today will help move our District forward for the next 100 years of educational excellence.”