Dr. Rockeymoore, CEO, Global Policy Solutions convenes Bridging Differences: What Works in Schools conference on May 4, 2010 and introduces leading child psychologist James P. Comer of the Yale School of Medicine.
Douglas W. Anthony, Dir. School Leadership from Prince George 's County Public Schools presents at the What Works in Schools Conference. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and developing teachers and administrators.
Dr. Deborah Meier addresses the What Works in Schools Conference. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and issues with standardized testing in schools.
Diane Ravitch, Research Professor of Education at New York University talks about her incredible experiences meeting with hundreds of teachers and policy makers. Topics include school reform, U.S. education policy and No Child Left Behind.
Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond of Stanford University speaks about improving teachers and reforming U.S. public schools at the Fairness in Education Conference in Washington, D.C.
Kati Haycook, President of the Education Trust, discusses how strengthening the teaching profession can improve student learning and U.S. public schools at the Forum for Education.
Sam Chaltain, National Director of the Forum for Education and Democracy, introduces a panel that will discuss education reform, teachers and closing the education achievement gap at the Forum for Education Conference.
Dr. Angela Valenzuela, Associate VP for School Partnerships, speaks about strengthening the role of Latino teachers in the U.S. public education system at the Forum for Education.
Congressman Raul Grijalva discusses the need for education policy changes in the 2010 ESEA reauthorization, and the need to close to education achievement gap and reform U.S. public schools.
Renee Moore, 2001 Mississippi Teacher of the Year, discusses the issues facing high-need U.S. public schools, supporting effective teachers, and other education policy reforms.
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