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2024 Curriculum Symposium 24CS

2024 Curriculum Symposium 24CS

Friday, February 2, 2024
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM (EST)

Event Details

The purpose of the Curriculum Symposium is to inspire and equip independent school educators and curriculum leaders with the tools and insights needed to create impactful learning experiences that drive student success and foster continuous learning. Participants will have the opportunity to explore new pedagogical ideas, innovative instructional strategies, and transformative educational products.

Join us for an enriching day of collaboration with independent school academic leaders as we dive into the intersection of curriculum and your school’s mission and vision. Our opening session will feature a panel of school leaders discussing the process of evaluating, choosing, and implementing new programs and methods, focusing on the “how” and “why” behind pivotal curriculum decisions. Throughout the day you’ll have the opportunity to choose breakout sessions led by both innovative school leaders and publishers’ representatives that match your school’s needs. Between sessions, our curated vendor exhibits will showcase the latest trends and newest products to inspire your faculty and support your students.

Audience: heads of school, assistant heads, division heads, academic administrators, deans of students, academic support, department chairs, school counselors, teachers

SAIS Member Non-Member School
Through Jan 19   $195 $249
After Jan 19   $295 $349

Hotel – Crowne Plaza Ravinia

The SAIS room block is now closed. Rooms may still be available at the  prevailing rate.

NOTE: SAIS does not utilize the services of a housing vendor for any events. Neither SAIS nor the hotel will call you to make reservations over the phone. Please use the above hotel links to secure your reservation directly with the hotel.

If you receive an error message or if the block is full, please contact to request that rooms be added to the block.

Learn more about our exhibitors here.

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