uLead 2021 - The Summit of Educational Leadership

 
 

The theme for uLead 2020 is "Reimagining School Leadership". The world ‘principal’ has its roots in the idea of a teacher who serves in the role of ‘principal teacher’.  We are looking for presentations that support and expand on the idea that school leaders are teachers first and speak to instructional leadership as opposed to being administrators or managers.


Confirmed keynote presenters include Barbara Watterston, Debbie Pushor, Pasi Sahlberg, Adrian Piccoli, Beatriz Pont, Senior Policy Analyst - OECD, l and Steve Munby with many more to be added to the roster in the coming weeks.

Welcome to  uLead 2021 -  the Summit of Educational Leadership!   This year’s conference is focused on the theme of Reimagining School Leadership.  This three day conversation on leadership will provide every delegate with an opportunity to both see a variety of models of innovative leadership and to also discuss the direction we should be moving in as school leaders and systems in our age.  A unique opportunity awaits to join educational leaders from around the world in the beautiful world heritage location of Banff, Alberta at one of the world’s premier conferences for school-based leaders, district-level leaders, and provincial and state education leaders. 


The conference will be attended by hundreds of school leaders from around the world from April 5-7, 2020. 


uLead 2021 is sponsored by the Council for School Leadership - a Specialist Council of the Alberta Teacher's Association.

uLead 2021

April 11-13, 2021

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uLead 2021 - The Summit of Educational Leadership will take place in Banff from April 11-13, 2021.

uLead 2021 Conference in Banff - April 11-13, 2021

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Pre-Conference Workshops will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021

We are currently assembling a wonderful cast of presenters and leaders to share their stories with you at uLead!

uLead 2021 is sponsored by the Council for School Leadership - a Specialist Council of the Alberta Teacher's Association.