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11/8/2016
When: Tuesday, November 8
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Where: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House
8100 East Orchard Road
Greenwood Village 80111
United States
Contact: Jen Juraco
800-444-4373 ext. 226

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An Invitation To Learn

Hosted by Cambridge Educational Services

Date: Tuesday, November 8

Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Cost: Free (A small fee for public school attendees may be required by law in some states)

Location: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, 8100 East Orchard Road, Greenwood Village
Audience: Event is limited to non-profit institutions and those serving grades 5 and above

Description: Cambridge Educational Services invites teachers to an enjoyable and informative Testing Readiness Dinner. While enjoying food and drinks at a four star restaurant in the Denver area, this company will present a radically new perspective on testing that offers the possibility of implementing a Unified Testing Readiness Initiative (UTRI) in schools that wish to boost graduation rates, prepare students for the challenging business climate, and send more students on to college and graduate school. Cambridge Educational Services wants to recognize teachers and the hard work they do at this complimentary dinner. While sharing a gourmet meal with other educational professionals, you will:
1. Analyze recent changed to the ACT® test and other tests to see how they will affect your students and your programming.
2. See how a mathematically sophisticated model can be used to identify student skill gaps.  
3. Learn how data reports can improve programming and address developmental needs to raise test scores
4. Make sure your institution is taking full advantage of available federal grants, local education subsidies, and individual scholarships.
5. Introduce yourself to a representative of the Cambridge Award Program. Cambridge offers both individual and institutional assistance.
Dr. Broderick received his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Illinois University. He served over 15 years as a principal at Schlarman High School and Elk Grove High School. He is recognized locally and nationally through presentations at conferences such as NASSP. Dr. Broderick consults with districts across the country on improving student achievement on standardized assessments, and he is an Advanc-Ed Field Consultant, having done over 160 accreditation visits in the last few years.

Registration: Registration is limited to two people per institution. Click here to register.

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