BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Bronxville Schools Superintendent David Quattrone is taking his talents, and expertise to New England this week, where he will lead a national education conference he’s been planning for more than a year.
Quattrone is set to host the 51st annual Suburban School Superintendents Conference – an organization he presides over – which is scheduled to be held from Wednesday through Saturday in Boston this week.
According to Bronxville School officials, this year’s conference will “offer perspectives on what it means to get a ‘21st Century Education’ for coming decades.” The program includes speeches and discussions with officials from Harvard, MIT and other highly acclaimed universities.
A keynote address will be delivered by Richard Light, who holds a joint professorship at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Kennedy School of Government. He will describe how engaging students in innovative ways to “take charge of their learning” is transforming modern classrooms and the student experience at many campuses.
Quattrone has been a member of the Suburban School Superintendents since coming to Bronxville a decade ago. The organization is formed by 150 superintendents throughout the country’s highest-performing school districts. Members are chosen “based on their demonstrated leadership in their school districts, states or on a national level.”
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