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NKY Education Council’s winter meeting, focused on work-based learning, set Feb. 19 at Ignite Institute

The Northern Kentucky Education Council is hosting its Winter Meeting at Ignite Institute on Wednesday, February 19, from 9-11 am. The meeting will focus on how the region can enhance student success by increasing work-based learning experiences for students.

In partnership with the NKY Chamber’s GROW initiative, the Council is working to build business and education partnerships that support internships, externships, co-ops, apprenticeships, and career-based learning opportunities. HR professionals, business leaders, high school principals, and community members are encouraged to attend to learn how they can help support student success.

Speakers include:  

Dan Cahill, CEO of HSD Metrics and Chair of the NKY Chamber of Commerce
Henry Webb, Superintendent of Kenton County Schools – Ignite Institute
Karen Cheser, Superintendent of Fort Thomas Independent Schools – Launch
Mike Stacy, Superintendent of Beechwood Independent Schools – Edge
Mike Borchers, Superintendent of Ludlow Independent Schools – River Cities Project

Register today here.

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