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Help us build the future of learning in Nevada

Join an upcoming Portrait Conversation

Share your feedback and ideas by attending one of our virtual events, or by taking the portrait feedback survey.

Upcoming Virtual Events

While some virtual events have a focus area for groups we want to be sure to hear input from (e.g. parents, students, educators), all events are open for all to attend. Please register for any and all events that work best for your schedule. 

Past Events
Listening Circle Hosted by Teach Plus Nevada 
Thursday, March 9, 6:00 - 7:15 PM

Student + Educator Portrait Listening Circle
Tuesday, March 21, 6:00 - 7:15 PM

Community + Caregiver Portrait Listening Circle
Tuesday, March 28, 6:00 - 7:15 PM

Listening Circle Hosted by Teach Plus Nevada
Saturday, April 1, 1:00 - 2:30 PM


Catchup On Past Conversations

Check back regularly for updates as more community-wide conversations take place.

Conversations with Systems-Level Leaders


State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jhone Ebert, shares why launching the portrait work is an effective step for Nevada education.

Conversations with Educators


Two learner-centered leaders discuss the importance of having a portrait as a shared "north star" towards improving student outcomes. They also share stories and examples of what works in the classroom.

Conversations with Students


Jordy, a Clark County student, believes a good life means being able to make your own choices and do things that matter. He sees a good community as a trusting environment to communicate what you've been through and what is important to you.

Conversations with Caregivers


Jamie, a parent of four Churchill County students, believes two critical skills needed for any career choice are communication and critical thinking – "to use our minds and use them in a good way."

Conversations with Caregivers


"It all ties back to the fact that we want balanced, caring, open minded, knowledgeable, risk taking, communicating learners." - Sara Ross

Conversations with Community Members


An education leader, classroom teacher, and a parent of four kids share their reflections on values that are important to them, such as happiness, fulfillment, and building an enjoyable life at home and at work. The group also reviewed and discussed high demand durable skills.

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