Question and answer session with the Forum on Education Conference panel to discuss education reform, teachers and closing the education achievement gap.
Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond, the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University, on the U.S. education funding disparities and how education funds can be better put to use to strengthen American public school education.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Question and answer session at the Fairness in Education Conference focusing on building strong U.S. public schools and closing the education achievement gap.
Congressman Chaka Fattah discusses the role of the federal government and Congressional leaders in promoting education reform, teachers and closing the achievement gap in the United States at the Fairness in Education Conference in Washington, D.C.
Dr. John Jackson, President and CEO of the Schott Foundation for Public Education, speaks about U.S. education policy and the education achievement gap facing American students and teachers today at the Fairness in Education Conference in Washington, D.C.
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.