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Learning with Peers

Create a trusted professional community with leaders from across the Front Range

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We have exciting new programming coming your way for the
2024-25 school year.

 

Join us for dynamic education leadership workshops, affinity groups and drop-in sessions.

Register by June 30, 2024 to receive 25% off workshops and affinity groups.

New this year, you'll automatically receive CDE clock hour credits for your participation and be enrolled in our BOCES Rewards Program. 

Workshops and Groups

Leveraging AI in
Education Administration

 Learn to get the most out of AI with new and creative tools that improve your leadership effectiveness.
All AI experience levels are invited to join these dynamic work sessions.

Communication and Feedback for Growth

 

Deepen confidence in your staff communication and feedback practices. Learn strategies that you can adapt to your own leadership style and feedback frameworks in this interactive workshop series.


Affinity Groups

 

Join our affinity group
for Black women administrators where you'll build a trusted community in which you candidly share your professional ideas, experiences and challenges. 

Drop-in Gatherings

School Visits

Offer insights and fresh perspectives to leaders at host schools regarding successes and challenges of scaling new practices. Walk away with new strategies to apply in your own school.

Podcast Clubs

Gather online with a group of peers for quick, lively conversations regarding provocative podcasts. Our two fall strands focus on Leadership and Growth Mindsets, and Student Voice and Equity.

Zoom Gatherings

Join our facilitators and your education leadership peers for learning and discussion on timely leadership topics: Parent/Caregiver Engagement, Growing Staff and Your Leadership, and Equity Mindsets.

Ari Gerzon-Kessler shares his experience with Front Range BOCES learning communities:

"I am excited to build professional connections across school districts and to gather ideas and multiple perspectives from them."

Dena McMurtry

"I love the multiple perspectives of leaders from across the Front Range."

Mia Robinson

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