Tonya Harrison

Tonya Harrison has been in education for over 28 years, as a teacher, principal, and curriculum director in a local Michigan School district, with her most recent time spent as an Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services at the Mecosta Osceola Intermediate School District. She recently retired from the Michigan Public School System and is the Director of Special Projects for MAISA, the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and reading.  

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Day 1
September 20, 2023
3:30 pm

System Wide Actions to Improve K-3 Literacy [Teaching & Learning]

20 September
Time:  3:30 pm - 4:45 pm
Location:  Council

The session is designed as a practical overview of research findings as well as insights from the MEMSPA-MAISA-MDE sponsored Literacy Leader Network. Schools often have multiple initiatives and goals to juggle so we will examine key actions and tools leaders can use to build the internal clarity and coherence and identify the most critical things you can do now to set the stage for improvements this year (in one year). We will look at several cases to illustrate the tools and actions you can put into place to improve organizational, instructional and leadership capacity and achieve measurable gains in K-3 teaching and learning.

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