EdUp EdUprising Conference 2023

A Conference on Impact & Innovation

The third annual EdUprising Conference will engage in authentic, personalized learning about assessment, equity, and developing meaningful partnerships with your community. Our panels and workshops will focus on high school impact and innovation through graduation profiles, capstones, social-emotional practices, and work-based learning.



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What's Happening:


Day 1: February 9th


Hands-on workshops and expert sessions. 90-minutes each. Open to all attendees





Topics include:

  • Work-based learning strategies 
  • Social-emotional learning integration
  • Senior Capstones 
  • How capstones, community engagement, and graduate profiles support each other 
  • How to use braided funding
  • How to evaluate success
  • Nonprofit partnerships
  • Storytelling and communication strategies



Day 2: February 10th


Workshops for pre-invited innovation learning attendees only.

Who's Presenting?


Keynote Speaker






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Javier Martínez - New Mexico Speaker of the House

Javier serves as the New Mexico Speaker of the House. During the interim session, Javier serves on the Legislative Finance Committee and the Revenue Stabilization and Tax Policy Committee. Since his election in 2014 Javier has been a leader on government transparency, early childhood education, equitable tax reform, and renewable energy. Javier has been a tireless advocate for New Mexico's communities for over a decade. He serves as Executive Director of the Partnership for Community Action, a community-based organization that works to build healthy communities.


Who's Invited?


Please join us for Day 1 if you are interested or involved in high school innovation at any level!
This includes but is not limited to:

  • Educators, teachers, school and district leaders
  • Community of Practice members
  • Students and young people 
  • NM Public Education leadership and staff
  • Community leaders looking to build reciprocal relationships with schools
  • Nonprofits and philanthropy


Rise up, #EdUp2023