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The Unlearning Leader: Leading for Tomorrow's Schools Today

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Duration: 29 minutes

Join superintendents Michael Lubelfeld and Nick Polyak, co-authors of the book “The Unlearning Learner” and moderators of the popular #suptchat on Twitter, in this on-demand webinar to gain key insights into how school leaders can connect with colleagues and students, support learning, and change organizational culture.  

Learn how district leaders can: 

  • Energize colleagues to think, act, and lead differentlyby unlearning old truths
  • Take advantage of connection opportunities to lead and learn for tomorrow
  • Leverage experience, observations, mistakes, and successes to determine a new leadership path for the organization

About the presenters: 

Dr. Michael Lubelfeld has been a public school superintendent in Illinois since 2010, and he has 25 years of experience as an instructor and education leader. Lubelfeld, who was named Lake County Superintendent of the Year last May, has been the superintendent of schools in Deerfield (DPS 109) since 2013, and he’s served as an adjunct professor at National Louis University since 2005. Lubelfeld earned his Ed.D from Loyola University in Chicago in Curriculum and Instruction and his Ed.S. focused in Educational Administration and Supervision from National Louis University. He can be followed on Twitter at @mikelubelfeld. 

Dr. Nick Polyak is the Superintendent for Leyden Community High School District #212 in Illinois. Polyak, who was named Superintendent of Distinction by his colleagues in Cook West Region of the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA) in April 2016, has nearly 20 years of service in K-12 education. He received a Doctor of Education degree in Administration and Supervision from Loyola University Chicago, and he earned a Masters in Educational Leadership from Governors State University. Follow Dr. Polyak on Twitter at @npolyak. 

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