Stacie Gamble, EdD
Dr. Gamble has been in education for 24 years, starting her career as a substitute teacher and then teaching middle school math and English at Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, KY. She then went into administration as Assistant Principal at the former Iroquois Middle School, now Olmsted Academy South. Dr. Gamble was part of a district team that was instrumental in starting the first all-girls’ and boys’ middle school in JCPS, Olmsted Academy South and North. Dr. Gamble then went on to become Principal of Kammerer Middle School and then decided to move to the alternative setting. While in the alternative setting, Dr. Gamble worked with adjudicated students and then pregnant/parenting students.
Creating Open Education Systems
In-Person Session
Is your system “open” or “closed”? Closed systems keep families and communities at arms length, limiting their engagement and empowerment. Open classrooms, open schools and open districts engage in true partnership with key stakeholders to co-create policies and systems. In this session, community leaders and educators share techniques for co-creating with your community, in service of greater equity and liberation. We’ll share real examples and insights from implementation from the Kentucky Coalition for Advancing Education, a state-wide coalition that has partnered with the Commissioner of Education to reimagine the future of education in Kentucky.

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