In the 2021-2022 school year, ADE started weekly calls with school leaders to discuss topics timely to COVID-19 and federal recovery funds. As we begin the 2022-2023 school year, these weekly conversations will shift from solely related to COVID-19 to including a more comprehensive range of subjects relevant to school leaders. These conversations will consist of resources available to schools and families through ADE. The materials and agendas for these calls can be found below.
Invitations with meetings links are emailed to school administrators. School leaders and administrators may join the Weekly Ed Leaders Calls invite list here. All school leaders, including principals or administrators, are welcome to join these meetings, especially if the topic is relevant to your work.
Wednesday, December 7th
Learn more about the Arizona Business Education Coalition's Career Exploration Project, intended to help middle schoolers develop their career identity and transition to high school. View the PowerPoint.
Wednesday, November 30th
Learn more about the Center for the Future of Arizona's Education Initiatives: Pathways to Prosperity & School Participatory Budgeting. View the PowerPoint.
One of ADE's recipients of federal recovery dollars, the PAXIS Institute, presented their evidence-based self-management and self-regulation system, the PAX Good Behavior Game. View the PowerPoint.
Wednesday, August 31st
ADE colleagues in Grants Management and our Homeless Education team presented on various topics, including the ARP II Homeless Children and Youth Grant. View the PowerPoint.
Wednesday, August 24th
The ADE Office of Digital Teaching and Learning presented several exciting initiatives that address student data privacy, cybersecurity concerns, and more. View the PowerPoint.
Wednesday, August 17th
The Arizona Student Opportunity Collaborative and Jobs for Arizona Graduates presented post-secondary preparation options for schools and students. Both are recipients of Arizona's American Rescue Plan School and Community Grant.