Grant Lichtman, a uLearn15 keynote speaker, works with school teams to develop a capacity for change in a rapidly changing world. For almost 15 years, Grant was a trustee, chief of finance and operations, and teacher at Francis Parker School in San Diego, one of the largest independent schools in the United States. Over a decade and a half of remarkable transformation at the school, Grant was either directly responsible for, or intimately involved in, strategic planning, program design, campus planning and redevelopment, global education, advancement, marketing, educational technology, admissions and financial aid, benchmarking and trend analyses, and risk management.
Grant is the author of two books: #EdJourney: A Roadmap for the Future of Education based on his first-hand research with dozens of schools and
hundreds of K-12 educators; and The Falconer: What We Wish We Had Learned in School based on his seminar in strategic and criminal thinking.
- The link to the online room is http://bit.ly/CENZGrant
In the meantime, you might like to engage with Grant’s TEDx talk “What We Can Learn From 60 Schools”
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