2021 CABE/CAPSS Convention
Friday, November 12, 2021
Mystic Marriott Hotel, Groton

CABE/CAPSS
Convention Agenda

The Future: Civility, Diversity and Student Voice                         

Friday, November 12, 2021

7:30 - 8:30 am Registration Begins

Networking and Continental Breakfast | Exhibit Area Opens

8:30 - 9:15 am Pre-Convention Session: Civility in Divisive Times ..... Marriott Ballroom

9:15 - 10:45 am General Session........................................................................... Marriott Ballroom

Welcome | CABE Executive Director Remarks | CAPSS Superintendent of the Year | U.S. Secretary of Education
Miguel Cardona

9:00 am - 4:00 pm Non-Profit Exhibitors

11:00 am - 12:00 pm Session A Workshops

A1 Current Forces Impacting Policy: Recent Legislative and Judicial Action Affecting Local
District Policy (C, D, EE, I)..................................................................................... Marriott Salon A
A2 CAPSS Blueprint to Transform Connecticut’s Public Schools (D, EE, I) ......................... Conference Room 7
A3 Understanding Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act
(Especially in a Remote and Hybrid Meeting World) (C, I) ............................................................................Marriott Salon B

A4 You Did What? Don’t Miss the Trading Deadline…An Innovative Interdistrict Collaboration (I).........Marriott Salon C
A5 Meeting with the State Board of Education (C, D, EE, I)......................................................... Conference Room 5


12:00 - 1:15 pm Luncheon | Networking | CABE Outgoing and Incoming Presidents’ Remarks...................... Mystic Ballroom


1:15 - 1:45 pm Dessert in Exhibit Area .....................................................................................Mystic Ballroom

1:45 - 2:45 pm Session B Workshops

B1 Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members and Superintendents (C, D, EE, I)............................ Marriott Salon A
B2 Leveling the Playing Field: Title IX and the Law of Transgender Students (D, EE) ............................ Marriott Salon B
B3 Leveraging the Unprecedented Opportunity of ESSER/ARPA: Hartford’s “Do Now, Build Toward”
Strategy (D, EE, I)..................................................................................................................Conference Room 7
B4 Legislative Issues (C, EE, I)................................................................................................. .. Conference Room 5

1:45 - 3:50 pm Session C Clinic

C1 35th Annual Meeting of the Nutmeg Board ................................................................................... Marriott Salon C

2:50 - 3:50 pm Session D Workshops

D1 Trends (C, D, EE, I).............................................................................................................. Conference Room 5
D2 Lessons from Lighthouse – The Five Questions Boards Need to Ask (EE)..................................... Conference Room 7
D3 More Than Words: Student Voice in Action (C, D, EE)...................................................................... Marriott Salon A
D4 Collective Bargaining During a Pandemic (C, D, EE, I)......................................................................Marriott Salon B

4:00 – 5:00 pm Session E Workshops

E1 “To Post or Not to Post…” Understanding the Legal Pitfalls of Social Media Use by Board Members and
Administrators (C, D)..................................................................................................................... Marriott Salon B
E2 The Intersection of Cultural Competence and Social-Emotional Learning: Doing the Work and Making
Your Policies Match (C, D, EE).......................................................................................................... Marriott Salon A
E3 Success Through Inclusion: Maximizing In-District Special Education Program Potential
(D, EE)..........................................................................................................................................Marriott Salon C
E4 Guiding Partnerships with Schools: Leveraging Technology to Drive Effective, Collaborative, and
Equitable Family-School Partnerships (EE).................................................................................... Conference Room 7
E5 Teacher Leader Fellowship Academy: Innovative and Imaginative Professional Development
(C, D, EE, I).............................................................................................................................. Conference Room 5

5:00 - 6:15 pm Networking

Reception......................................................................................................................................Marriott Ballroom

 

 

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