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Getting Started on Achievement Compacts: How to Set Up an Effective Collaborative Process in Your District

September 12, 2012 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

OSBA, OEA and COSA are working together to support local education leaders.

Our first in a series of webinars that focus on the role of district Achievement Compact Advisory Committees was held on September 12, 2012. This introductory webinar provides an overview of the Achievement Compact process for the coming year, including superintendent-local education association collaboration in the selection of advisory committee members, advisory committee responsibilities and timelines. The session included time for questions and answers.


  • Betsy Miller-Jones, OSBA Interim Executive Director
  • Craig Hawkins, COSA Executive Director
  • Lindsey Capps, OEA Assistant Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning

If you missed the webinars

You can click here to listen to the Sept. 12 webinar if you missed it.  The first  minutes is connection information for the live sessions so you may want to skip past that portion by sliding the bar across the top.

Download the Sept. 12 slides

Click here to listen to the Sept 27 webinar.

Download the Sept 27 slides.

 OSBA, OEA and COSA ... working together to support local education leaders.

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