February-March 2021: Common Higher Ground Workshop
Keystone’s Common Higher Ground Workshop helps professionals in all sectors develop strategies and build skills for effective decision-making and problem-solving within and beyond their organizations. For this international online edition of the workshop, Keystone is partnering with Nina Harding, a nationally accredited Mediator based in Australia.
Many pressing problems cannot be solved sustainably by one person or party. The workshop is designed for leaders and emerging leaders who need to build a shared vision in the face of apparent differences, whether within a single organization, between organizations, within a community, or across society.
Participants will learn collaborative skills and strategies from Keystone’s experienced practitioners, who will demonstrate how the collaborative skillset has been applied in real-life multi-stakeholder dialogues.
Register: To learn more about and register for this online workshop, click here.
March 4, 2021: Webinar: Reimagining Education after COVID-19
More than 80 education system leaders and stakeholders participated in the Education System Resiliency and Innovation Initiative (ESRII) to develop new approaches to improve teacher support and better prepare students in the wake of COVID-19. Keystone Policy Center (KPC) and the Public Education & Business Coalition (PEBC), who partnered to lead the initiative, published a comprehensive report detailing a set of 16 recommendations aimed at strengthening teacher support and initiating system-level change. Members of the initiative are set to talk about its recommendations for reimagining education after Covid-19 during a conversation on March 4. Panelists for the discussion include:
- Angeilika Schroeder, Colorado Board of Education
- Lorne Jenkins, Mini Money Management
- Karolina Villagrana, KIPP Colorado Schools
- Mark Sass, Teach Plus
- Berrick Abramson, Keystone Policy Center (moderator)
Date: March 4, 2021
Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm MT