FRS Institute: Denver, CO

We have decided to cancel this event. Please consider joining us in another location. The Philadelphia and Indianapolis events have been expanded and there is still room in Detroit, Sacramento, and New Orleans! We hope to see you there.

Happening across the country in 2017, Future Ready Schools® (FRS) Institutes are FREE, two-day convenings bringing together district leaders, principals, librarians, and teacher leaders to build a regional network and share peer support for each district’s FRS journey. This includes single participants  – regardless of whether your district is coming.

The Denver FRS Institute will be a great personalized learning experience with the chance to grow professionally, network with local and national experts, and collaborate with like-minded educators in your area. There are no prerequisites to register – simply attend and learn more about becoming Future Ready.

Participants will work on the next steps toward becoming future ready regardless of where you are in the process. You are no prerequisites or pledge requires – simply come and learn more about becoming future ready.

The goals for each regional institute are to meet educators where they are in their Future Ready Journey and provide opportunities to:

  • Leverage regional digital learning experience and resources to develop stronger local networks.
  • Learn and be inspired by national education technology leaders who have successes in district and school transformation
  • Create actionable next steps to reach Future Ready goals

Check out the action-packed FRS Institute Agenda

The FRS Institute Agenda leverages research-based professional learning best practices that have been designed by our Future Ready advisory team which is comprised of nationally recognized practitioners.


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