The Northwest Educational Council for Student Success (NECSS) hosted a summit on the suburbanization of poverty on Friday, November 9, 2018 at Harper College. The theme was “Better Together” to reflect attendance by teachers, counselors, and administrators from Districts 211, 214, 220, and Harper College as well as local business and non-profit organization leaders. More
Dr. Ender named to Pritzker’s Educational Success Committee
Conference at Harper shows a picture of increasing poverty in the suburbs
Michelé Smith (Council Member) and Brian Knetl (Power of 15 Member) – Aspen Fellowship
Krista Paul (Career Committee Member) – IACTE Career Guidance Award
Dr. Kenneth L. Ender, William Rainey Harper College President, received the Gary Davis Ethical Leadership Award
Dr. Daniel E. Cates, Township High School D211 Superintendent, named 2018 Regional Superintendent of Distinction
Dr. David R. Schuler, Township High School D214 Superintendent, named AASA’s 2018 National Superintendent of the Year
Steve Elza, District 211 Applied Technology Teacher, encourages all students to find meaning in their education.
In this article about the transformative relationship between a strong workforce and a robust Career and Technical Education program, Brett Pawlowski, NC3T Executive Vice President, discusses business/ education engagement .