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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
over and over and over on this blog--so I definitely look forward to participating in most of the seminars and meeting many of the panelists and moderators.
This event is the Mecca for School Reformers and all of the heavy hitters from the School Reform movement around the country will be there.
Among the notable attendees and presenters, are the following:
Juan Williams (Fox News)
Campbell Brown (former CNN reporter)
National Summit on Education Reform 2014 Washington Marriott Wardman Park – Washington, DC Thursday, November 20, 2014-Friday, November 21, 2014
8:45–9:30AM Opening Keynote: Governor Jeb Bush, Chairman of the Foundation for Excellence in Education
9:45–11:00AM Strategy Sessions: Strategy Session I – Measurement 2.0: Elevating Students by Testing What You Teach States are adopting more rigorous academic standards. Moderator: Michael McShane, Research Fellow in Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Panelists: Scott Jensen, Senior Advisor, American Federation for Children
Adam Peshek, State Policy Director, Foundation for Excellence in Education
Doug Tuthill, President, Step Up For Students
The full itinerary and list of moderators and panelists can be found on the Foundation for Excellence in Education website, here.