One of our favorite parts of the Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) Capital Conference is having conversations with colleagues from around the state who care about the future of education. We are a national not-for-profit with headquarters in Ohio, and we invite you to connect with us in these ways:
Visit Booth #911 for ideas on leading with a hopeful, unifying vision for every student.
The networking opportunities during this event are some of the best in the country. We always enjoy sharing how Battelle for Kids can help districts take a systems approach to promote enduring transformation and equitable, deeper learning outcomes for every student.
Stop by Booth #911, where you’ll find inspirational ideas and stories about the power of a hopeful vision to impact students, educators, and entire communities.
Join Sunday’s session: Re-Imagining Human Capital Systems for Today’s Realities.
People are the most important part of your education system. How are you reimagining human capital in the 21st century? Tony Bagshaw, Karen Garza, John Spieser, and Jennie Berkley will discuss how the leadership team at Milford Exempted Village School partnered with Battelle for Kids to find educator talent within today’s challenging circumstances.
Join Monday’s session: Pathways to a Hopeful Future.
Now more than ever, education systems and communities must work together to build a hopeful future for students. Jamie Meade will join Ohio’s 2022 Superintendent of the Year, Dan Leffingwell, and Marcia Murphy to discuss pathways to a hopeful future. Learn how Noble Local School District is designing hopeful learning experiences and partnering with local businesses to ensure students are future-ready as strong contributors within their local workforce and community.