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Watch Exceptional District Leaders Share Their Lessons Learned (Videos)

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Education Week's Leaders to Learn From 2017 event, hosted in Washington, D.C. on Friday, March 31st, was an enlightening day of presentations and panel discussions featuring some of our nation's most accomplished school leaders. The entire event was recorded and livestreamed, and videos are now available for viewing.

The playlist above includes discussions on a variety of topics: Mike Schmoker's keynote address, "How Leaders Can Accomplish More by Doing Less," focuses on district leadership; Christopher Chatmon, the deputy chief of equity for Oakland Unified School District in Oakland, Calif., discusses ways to empower black students; Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Gail Pletnick explores the implementation of personalized learning in the modern classroom.

Watch these and other inspiring talks in the playlist above!

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