Redefining Ready! Convening Kicks Off in California


James Minichello

Alexandria, Va. – September 26, 2017 – Superintendents and other school district administrators representing a dozen states are meeting in Oceanside, Calif. today and tomorrow to discuss one of the most critical issues in K-12 education: ensuring all students are college ready, career ready and life ready.

School system leaders are convening for the Redefining Ready! Initiative, a national campaign launched by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, to introduce new research-based metrics to more appropriately assess that students are college ready, career ready and life ready. The second half of the meeting will be held at Quantum Learning Network Conference Center.

“We know that our students are much more than a test score,” said David Schuler, AASA past president and superintendent of High School District 214 in suburban Chicago. “Superintendents will tell you that students from coast to coast are highly driven and it’s our job to create successful pathways that will guide them beyond high school. I am looking forward to the rich conversations that will take place over the next two days.”


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