Next Wave Call for Participation
An invitation to innovative school-based teams, community partners, artists, and others!

On Saturday, April 27, 2019, at the Jeremiah H. Burke High School (20 Washington Street, Dorchester, MA) the Center for Artistry and Scholarship will host Next Wave: What’s Next, What Works, a summit to showcase innovations developed by and for school communities that foster democratic practices, student growth, and creative approaches to racial and social justice. The Next Wave summit will gather students, educators, administrators, policymakers, funders, and families to highlight, celebrate, and advance our collective commitment to the belief that the people who are closest to and most immediately affected by opportunities and challenges in schools are those who must lead the way to develop responses, strategies, and solutions.

The Next Wave summit will feature school-based teams that have developed projects and initiatives focused on leveraging creativity, the arts, and community in the service of student learning and sustainable student-centered school design. Presenters will share their work in sessions that include students, families, and community members. We invite everyone seeking a network that elevates democracy, creativity, and school-based leadership to join us. Please share your idea for a workshop or an interactive exhibition here. Proposals are due by Friday, January 25, 11:59 pm).

Questions? Email Jill Davidson, Center for Artistry and Scholarship program director at jdavidson@artistryandscholarship.org.

You may download a PDF version of this form to work on offline here: https://artistryandscholarship.squarespace.com/s/Next-Wave-Call-for-Proposals.pdf.

Please respond as well as you can to the questions below. If you and your team are chosen as workshop facilitators or exhibitors, you will have opportunities to refine your descriptions. We will follow up with everyone who submits a proposal to participate with more information, guidance, and support. Thank you!

Your name *
Your role at your school/organization *
Your email *
Your phone number *
Your race/ethnicity? *
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What are you preferred pronouns? *
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Please indicate your Next Wave participation interest: *
Name of the school where you work/that you work with? *
School's address *
School's website *
Please describe your school, or the school that you work with: *
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Optional: Please upload any information that will help us learn more about your school: info sheets, videos, presentations, etc.
Describe the challenge and/or opportunity your innovation addresses. What is/was happening in your school community that pushed you and your team to interrupt your practice and systems with a significant innovation? *
What's your innovation? What project/initiative did you develop to address your school community's challenges/opportunities? *
What are the results? How are you seeing outcomes changing for students at your school? *
What assistance or partnership are you seeking to improve or expand your innovation? *
Tell us who are meaningful and regular participants on the team that created and is responsible for implementing, evaluating, and refining your innovation? Indicate as many as are relevant. *
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Please describe who might be a part of your team that presents your work at the Next Wave (it's okay if you don't know everyone in particular right now). *
Please share any materials that will tell us more about the project/initiative you want to share.
If you do not work at the school that you've described, at what organization do you work/are you affiliated?
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