JOIN US FOR A WEEKEND OF REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION:
“WHY CULTIVATING KINDNESS AND EMPATHY IN OUR CHILDREN IS MORE IMPORTANT NOW IN A WORLD DIVIDED"
Promoting Empathy in School Systems
Exploring the Complexity of Diversity & Equity in Schools
Dr. Luba Falk Feigenberg, Ed. D.
Dr. Feigenberg serves as the Research Director at Making Caring Common, a project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education focused on helping parents and educators raise caring and ethical children. She has experience in a range of educational settings and regularly consults to schools and organizations about guiding systems and cultures that support continuous quality improvement.
Jen Cort, LICSW
Jen Cort's career blends her experience as a clinical social worker and educator. She has held head of school and administrator positions in various school systems. Jen has been a therapist in schools as well as in a private practice. Jen consults to schools about diversity and inclusion with the goal of helping students to use their voices in productive ways. She spoke at the recent AMI Refresher in Austin and we are excited to have her with us.
Conference registration includes dining on classic New England fare at the Newport International Polo Grounds in Portsmouth, RI!
SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER NOW!
The setting for this year’s summer retreat is the historic city of Providence, Rhode Island. One of the oldest cities in the country, Providence is home to many world class universities, including Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. This beautiful city with a vibrant arts community is situated at the mouth of the Providence River and the head of Narragansett Bay.
Cancellation policy: full refund available until 5/26/17. 50% refund until 6/5/17. No refunds granted after 6/5/17.