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Heads' Ethical Roundtable: West
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Join independent school heads from CSEE member schools for moderated discussions exploring ethical decision making.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/3/2017
When: Friday, November 3rd, 2017 (optional welcome dinner on Thursday, November 2nd)
Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm; Optional Thursday dinner, 6-8pm
Where: The Buckley School
3900 Stansbury Ave
Sherman Oaks, California  91423
United States


Online registration is available until: 10/30/2017
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Registration

This is an event for CSEE members. The cost is $125 and includes dinner Thursday, coffee and Lunch Friday. 

About 

This Head’s Ethical Roundtable event arose out of requests from CSEE heads who desired a forum in which they could converse with colleagues from other CSEE schools around the country who are dealing with some of the same tough issues. The goal of the discussion is for heads to share their experiences and any best practices that may have evolved from their wresting with these issues. As a part of sign-up for the event, those attending will determine the issues to be discussed. Topics that have been suggested thus far: transgender students and faculty, parents, and religious pluralism.   

This is a one-day event (Friday) with an optional welcome dinner on the previous evening. 

CSEE also has a Heads' Roundtable taking place in New York City on April 7, 2017. See more information here.

 

About the facilitator

 

Richard Barbieri, Ph.D., has spent 40 years in education, working as a teacher, administrator, and school head at every level from Pre-K to graduate school. He's held eight interim headships in six states and Washington, D.C., and has most recently developed programs in mediation and conflict management for schools, while serving as a community mediator and recent past President of the New England Association of Conflict Resolution. Dr. Barbieri runs Singular Solutions (since 2013) to help schools and non-profits navigate uncertainty, disagreements, and conflicts through training, coaching and mediation. He is also a regular contributor to Independent School Magazine and CSEE's Connections Quarterly.


 

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