2018 Action Forum
December 12, 2018
8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
The Ohio Union at The Ohio State University
The Ohio Leadership Advisory Council (OLAC) is pleased to host the 2018 Action Forum. This event is designed to bring Ohio educators together to learn, network, and collaborate around the use and impact of the OLAC tools and resources to strengthen leadership practices.
The 2018 OLAC Action Forum will feature superintendents, principals, teachers, and others sharing their stories about using OLAC tools and resources and the impact they are experiencing in their districts, schools, and classrooms.
Whether you're a seasoned user or someone who's interested in the OLAC tools and resources for the first time, there will be something for everyone!
Details on keynote speakers and learning sessions coming soon!
2017 Action Forum
On December 12, 2017 more than 500 Ohio education leaders gathered for the 2017 OLAC Action Forum in Columbus to learn, network, and collaborate around the use and impact of the OLAC tools and resources to strengthen leadership practices.
Check Out Our 2017 Action Forum Program & Presentations
Keynote & Luncheon Presentations
Dr. Cathy Lassiter: Courageous Leaders: Empowering and Inspiring Action for All | Handout
Dr. Brian McNulty: Districts, the District Leadership Team (DLT), and School Improvement | Handout
Dr. Cathy Lassiter: Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Student Learning | Handout
Dr. Brian McNulty: New Learnings About Effective Teacher-Based Teams (TBTs) | Handout
Alliance City Schools: We Rock the Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) | Handout
Bowling Green City Schools: Equity: The Necessary Journey | Handout
Bucyrus City Schools: Mission Possible: Vision to Action | Handout
Fremont City Schools: Working Together To Empower and Inspire All Students to Achieve | Handout
Georgetown Exempted Village School District: The Power of Culture | Handout
Stark Education Partnership & State Support Team 9: All In: A Journey Toward Ensuring Success for ALL Students
Toledo Public Schools: Using All Stakeholders in the OIP Process to Effectively Change a School Culture | Handout