Atlanta, GA - Learning Leadership Symposium

New national research and on-the-ground conditions in districts have signaled urgent need for research-based administrative topics in a professional development day by Learning Counsel:

  • Solutions for the Teacher Shortage
  • Student Attrition and Learning Loss
  • Systems Leadership and Software Model Architectures
  • Hybrid Logistics
  • Spending Prioritization and Best Practices

Speaker and Presenter Information

LeiLani Cauthen is the most connected futurist in K12 education. As CEO and Publisher of the Learning Counsel, a research and news media hub with 310,000 primarily executive education readers, she produces insightful Special Reports, leadership training events in twenty-five or more U.S. cities annually, and keynotes other conferences. With over thirty years of research, tech, and education news media experience, LeiLani has a reputation for accurately predicting and explaining the trajectory of education. Her work has included creating a model architecture for content and systems in K12, pioneering stair-step maturity archetypes for institutional evolution, developing new professional development activities and strategy courses, and the thesis behind the Hybrid Logistics Project. 


Top Education Speakers:


Dr. Ehsan Kattoula, Assistant Superintendent - Accountability Division, Cobb County School District


Dr. Emily Bell, Chief Information Officer, Fulton County Schools


Jay Heap, Associate Superintendent - Technology Services, Georgia Department of Education

Relevant Government Agencies

Dept of Education, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

Tue, Oct 25, 2022, 8:00am - 1:30pm

Complimentary:    $ 0.00

Smyrna Community Center
200 Village Green Circle SE
Dogwood Meeting Room
Smyrna, GA 30080
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The Learning Counsel

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