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Supporting Effective Districtwide Implementation

Are you coordinating a districtwide Second Step implementation? If so, the Second Step Leadership Institute is an opportunity to learn directly from our experts about systemic implementation strategies and collaborate with peers from around the country. From day one, the dynamic exchange of ideas generates valuable suggestions you can put to use in your schools. A full year of interactions with a professional learning community dedicated to social-emotional learning keeps you inspired and connected.

"It has been motivating to hear from colleagues around the nation what they are doing with the Second Step program. I‘ve gotten great ideas and information to take back with me. I‘m going to go back energized! "
Lucinda Mills, Pupil Adjustment Counselor, Boston Public Schools

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Past Participants Include:

  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Sacramento City, CA
  • Cayman Islands Dept. of Ed.
  • Newtown, CT
  • Monroe County, FL
  • Sioux City, IA
  • Chicago Public Schools, IL
  • Jefferson County, KY
  • Boston Public Schools, MA
  • The Children’s Trust, MA
  • Lincoln Public Schools, NE
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC
  • Rio Rancho, NM
  • NYC Dept. of Ed., NY
  • Northwest Regional ESD, OR
  • Austin ISD, TX
  • Tooele County, UT
  • Peninsula, WA

Who Should Attend?

The institute is designed to support people who have the very specific role of coordinating a districtwide Second Step implementation. You’ll join colleagues from around the country who also want to learn about districtwide implementation.

What Are the Goals?

  • Learn to create and support a successful, systemic Second Step program implementation.
  • Develop, maintain, and benefit from a working professional learning community devoted to sustainable districtwide Second Step implementation.
  • Create, implement, and refine a customized, comprehensive Second Step implementation plan for your district using the tools and templates provided.

What Is the Cost?

Expenses
  • $595 per person ($100 off applications received by March 30)
  • Includes participation in the two-day event in Seattle, institute materials, and activities throughout the year
  • Participants will be responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses

How Do I Learn More?

Call for help

Call 800-634-4449 to be connected with your Committee for Children outreach manager for more information about the Second Step Leadership Institute and how it meets your district’s implementation support goals!

How Do I Apply?

Based in Research

Session A
May 30–June 1, 2018
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Session B
June 13–June 15, 2018
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