There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a dedicated group of educators come together to pave the way for a new generation. And prove that something like a pandemic can’t stop innovation. The fifth annual College and Career Pathways Summit held Tuesday at National University brought together educators from throughout the country who shared innovative ideas about transforming both classroom and student to become more and more engaging in the future.Hosted by Drew Schlosberg, advisory board member of the Classroom of the Future Foundation (CFF), and Kelley Owens, board chair of CFF, the message was clear: Learning spaces throughout the country are being transformed like never before as students are increasingly taking more control of their own education and future. The conference hosted ten breakout sessions on a variety of topics, including preparing students with skills for the future and encouraging San Diego industries to be more engaged in the classroom.

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Kelley Owens, CFF Board Chair, Classroom of the Future
Foundation (CFF); Partner, F3 Law
Drew Schlosberg, Emcee, CFF Advisory Board

Dr. Nancy Rohland-Heinrich, Vice Chancellor, Communications and Community Engagement, National University
Dr. Paul Gothold, San Diego County Superintendent of Schools, San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE)

Introduction to the Linda Vista Innovation Center (LVIC)
Al Love, Senior Director, College & Career Readiness, SDCOE

“Supe Tank” with a focus on College and Career Readiness and Innovation
Four San Diego County school district superintendents pitch their best ideas for developing, improving, and transforming career technical education programs in our schools. Hear the proposals, give feedback, and even partner with these innovative educational leaders

Dr. Timothy Baird (moderator), Director of Educational Partnerships, Green Schools National Network
Dr. Benjamin Churchill, Superintendent, Carlsbad Unified SD
Dr. Holly McClurg, Superintendent, Del Mar Union School District
Karl Mueller, Superintendent, Coronado Unified School District
Dr. Leighangela Brady, Superintendent, National School District
Engaging Leadership in High Quality Career Technical Education