2020 PIE Network Summit

  • Overview

 

While we can’t be in-person at the 2020 PIE Network Summit, we can still come together to virtually share, learn, challenge, inspire, and laugh with colleagues from across the country.

We will not host an in-person Summit this year. We’re going to do three things instead.

 

First, the PIE Network team will continue to host virtual sessions for Network members and partners and create more space for ongoing conversations and connections each week.

So many of the Network conversations and discussions that would have happened in breakout sessions and hallways at Summit are now happening weekly, sometimes daily—in virtual rooms. Nearly 3,000 Network participants have joined more than 75 online discussions since March to share information, ideas, and questions about urgent policy, advocacy, and leadership challenges related to the concurrent crises in public health, education, racial justice, and our economy—all in the shadow of the critical 2020 elections. 

 

Second, we will host a short keynote speaker series, Nov. 9-12.

PIE Network members and partners, please email ashley@pie-network.org for details.

 

Third, we will not host our traditional Eddies! awards night this year. Instead, we will celebrate powerful policy and advocacy campaigns—virtually.

In 2020, everything is different, but your commitment to students has been unwavering. In place of the Eddies!, it’s our privilege to celebrate the work of longtime advocate, champion for students, and civil rights activist, Dr. Howard Fuller. Join Network leaders at the unEddies! to celebrate Howard’s lifetime of impact with a Lifetime Network MVP Award and to toast to the work of your teams and colleagues across the country who are tirelessly fighting for every student, in every community, to have the educational opportunities and experiences necessary to achieve a future without limits.

 

Have questions or ideas for upcoming Network programming? Reach out to courtney@pie-network.org.

COVID-19 Resources

Check out our COVID-19 resources page for tools, resources, and research that can support PIE Network members, districts, states, schools, and families.

  • Detailed Schedule

 

While we can’t be in-person at the 2020 PIE Network Summit, we can still come together to virtually share, learn, challenge, inspire, and laugh with colleagues from across the country.

 

PIE Network members and partners, please email ashley@pie-network.org for a detailed schedule of the 2020 PIE Network Summit Keynote Series. 

  • How to prepare

 

While we can’t be in-person at the 2020 PIE Network Summit, we can still come together to virtually share, learn, challenge, inspire, and laugh with colleagues from across the country.

 

PIE Network members and partners, please email ashley@pie-network.org for a detailed schedule of the 2020 PIE Network Summit Keynote Series. 

 

 

 

  • The Eddies!

 

One of our greatest strengths as a Network is working together to spread impact and know-how. In a year of unprecedented change and uncertainty, we believe it is perhaps even more critical to celebrate powerful policy and advocacy campaigns.

 

We will not host our traditional Eddies! awards night this year. Instead, we will celebrate powerful policy and advocacy campaigns—virtually.

 

Each year, we celebrate breakthrough advocacy that advances student success through the Eddies! awards. In 2020, everything is different, but your commitment to students has been unwavering. In place of the Eddies!, it’s our privilege to celebrate the work of longtime advocate, champion for students, and civil rights activist, Dr. Howard Fuller. Join Network leaders at the unEddies! to celebrate Howard’s lifetime of impact with a Lifetime Network MVP Award and to toast to the work of your teams and colleagues across the country who are tirelessly fighting for every student, in every community, to have the educational opportunities and experiences necessary to achieve a future without limits.

 

Meanwhile, you can learn about the 2019 nominees and winners; 2018 nominees and winners; and 2017 nominees and winners.