Using Community Partnerships to Offer Unique Learning Experiences
Hosts: Holly Carr, Linda Hopping
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 4-5pm ET
Genuine community involvement is a fundamental component of successful schools. In this session, Holly Carr, principal of Brookpark Middle School, will share how to leverage community partnerships to design unique learning experiences.
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Linda Hopping is the state director of the Georgia Schools to Watch Program, lead trainer for the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform Early Warning Indicator project, a member of the National Forum's Schools to Watch Fidelity Committee, and a school coach in California. She also serves as a faculty member for the AMLE Leadership Institute. She is a former middle grades teacher, assistant principal, principal, and middle grades staff development coordinator in Georgia. While principal at Crabapple Middle School, she established two multiage teams that were highly successful. Linda has served on the board of trustees of AMLE as well as on the AMLE Foundation Board. She also has served as president and executive director of the Georgia Middle School Association. She is one of two authors and a lead consultant for the AMLE School Improvement Assessment. She has presented at state and national conferences and has worked as an educational trainer, lecturer, and consultant. Linda is the recipient of the Georgia Middle School Principals' Association John Lounsbury Award, both the President's Award and Outstanding Leadership Award of the Georgia Middle School Association, as well as the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform Outstanding Leadership Award.