🎫 Registration

  1. Click Sign up below if this is your first time to use Sched OR click Log in if you already have a Sched account. Please use your SCHOOL EMAIL address to avoid having an invoice sent to you. If you are working in a different district next school year and don’t yet have an email address for that district, then use your personal email address and enter the name of your new school district in the Company field of your profile.

  2. Once you have created an account you can go to your settings page to add a photo and update your profile. Please enter your district/university/organization in the Company field.

  3. Click on the open circle next to each session that you want to attend. You can sign up for one session per time slot.

  4. Search GOCSD in the Apple Store or Google Play Store to install our app, which provides access to your conference schedule. You can also print or email your schedule to yourself, if you prefer to not download the app.

💳 Payment

  • Non-members will need to pay $100 in advance, using our Payment Portal.

  • Faculty from one of our Member Universities will need to pay $20 in advance, using our Payment Portal.

  • Teacher Education Students attending one of our Member Universities can attend for free.

  • After the event, Member Districts will be invoiced. Each District Member will be billed for a certain number of seats, whether they are used or not. The seat allotment is 1% of your enrollment, at a rate of $20. The minimum seat allotment is 5. If a district’s registrations go beyond their allotted number, each additional seat will be billed at $20 each.

🏬 Vendors

If you are a vendor interested in sponsoring this event, please see the Vendors page on the Innovation Summit website for all the details.

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Dr. Bill Daggett

International Center for Leadership in Education
My drive to lead educational reform started in the classroom over 50 years ago. My experience as a teacher, a local administrator, and a director with the New York State Education Department revealed how necessary it was that we start preparing our children for the future, instead of maintaining the stagnant systems of education of the past. I have committed myself for the past several decades to revitalizing PreK–12 systems across the world by challenging our assumptions about the purposes, benefits, and effectiveness of current practices. In establishing the International Center for Leadership in Education, I have been able to leverage the experience and skills of a passionate community of educational leaders to help me in this effort. Together, using research-driven methodologies, we have inspired and enabled thousands of schools and districts to improve culture, teaching practices, and student achievement.

My work and ICLE’s work will not be done until our public school systems can effectively improve outcomes for all students. This is especially close to my heart. My daughter, Audrey, struggles with a neurological disorder. Learning disabilities like Audrey’s, if not addressed in our schools, affect the opportunities of millions of students. I owe so much to Wildwood Programs in upstate New York where Audrey receives the attention she needs to be the best she can be.

When not crisscrossing the globe, you can find me volunteering at Wildwood with my wife, Bonnie.