Join World Savvy’s own KK Neimann as she kicks off the Magnet Schools of America (MSA) National Conference on Magnet Schools with a Pre-Conference Session, Teaching for Global Competence: What we need TODAY to prepare students for TOMORROW, on April 18th at 2:45 pm. During this engaging session, KK will explain what global competence is, why it matters, and how you can embed it into your school or district.
In addition to leading this important conversation, World Savvy will be exhibiting at the conference, attending sessions, and meeting with key partners. We would love to connect with you, learn more about your school or district, and hear how your school year is going.
About MSA: MSA is a national nonprofit professional education association whose members are schools and school districts. The association represents and is a resource to magnet schools, parents, teachers, school boards, administrators, business leaders, community organizations and institutions of higher education.
Magnet Schools are founded on five key pillars: diversity, innovative curriculum and professional development, academic excellence, leadership and family and community partnerships.
The educational themes that some magnet schools focus on include;
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
- Fine and Performing Arts
- International Baccalaureate, International Studies
- Career and Technical Education (CTE) and
- World Languages (immersion and non-immersion)
Use the link below to learn more about the conference schedule and accommodations, and register to attend!