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The 2020 Forum

in New York City

May 20-21, 2020

Cornell Tech Campus, Roosevelt Island, NYC

Schools That Can National Forum

The 2020 STC Forum will be the 15th Annual gathering of educational leaders from Schools That Can’s national network of cross-sector schools. In light of COVID-19, and acting under national guidance and local guidance, we are postponing the 2020 Schools That Can National Forum. Our biggest priority is the safety of our staff, speakers, and attendees, and we look forward to announcing the new plans for the 2020 Forum, Connecting Education to Employment in the Digital Age. The theme is more relevant now than ever, and we’re excited to share our revised plans and dates moving forward.

We will update this page as we move forward, and will be reaching out to registered attendees regarding next steps.

Photos from the 2019 STC Forum in Newark

Check out the agenda

See our latest Agenda

Click below to see the latest on speakers, sessions and workshops. Check back for updates and announcements!

Register for the 2020 Forum

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The 15th annual Schools That Can National Forum will be hosted by Cornell Tech on May 20-21, 2020. Register and join us for an inspirational two days.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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Schools That Can Awards Ceremony & Reception

The 2020 STC Forum also includes the Leaders That Can Awards & RFK Urban Education Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 20. The Leaders That Can Awards recognize exceptional individuals and organizations for their leadership and work on behalf of their community. This year, we are thrilled to be honoring Andy Cohen, co-CEO of Gensler, Kenneth Bouyer, Director of Inclusiveness Hiring at IBM Americas, and Christina Lewis, Founder and President of All Star Code.

This Ceremony also features the Robert F. Kennedy Urban Education Awards, presented in partnership with Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, to a student, teacher and school leader in the STC network who exemplified Kennedy’s legacy. Kerry Kennedy will present the 2020 Awards in honor of her father.

This inspirational ceremony will be followed by a reception on Tuesday evening.

Read more or submit a nomination for the RFK Awards

Send general questions about Forum schedule or content to [email protected].

Send questions about vendor and sponsorship opportunities to [email protected].