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Governor Bill Haslam of TN Mysteriously Disappears from Harvard Graduate School of Education Program

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The original announcement of the event at Harvard Graduate School of Education on May 17 featured Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam as the luncheon speaker. Governor Haslam just signed anti-gay legislation. He is no longer the luncheon speaker. Louisiana State Superintendent John White is. Well, at least that’s keeping it inside the corporate reform family of voucher-loving, charter-loving privatizers. Notice that Campbell Brown, noted education scholar, is now moderating only one panel, not two. A distinguished academic gathering, to be sure.

 

 

 

Poverty Matters: Making the Case for a System Overhaul

 

 
Tuesday, May 17th
9:15a.m.-5:00p.m.
Agenda

 

Registration and Coffee (8:30a.m.-9:15a.m.)

 

Welcome Remarks (Askwith Hall)
Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean James Ryan

 

Opening Address (Askwith Hall)
Introductory Remarks – Harvard University President Drew Faust
Opening Keynote Remarks – Hon. Deval Patrick, former Massachusetts Governor

 

Demography and Destiny (Askwith Hall)
Paul Reville, Professor – Harvard Graduate School of Education & Founder – Education Redesign Lab

 

Break

 

Panel of By All Means Consortium City Mayors (Askwith Hall)
Mayor Joseph Curtatone, Mayor Kimberly Driscoll, Mayor Jorge Elorza,
Mayor Greg Fischer, Mayor Libby Schaaf, & Mayor Setti Warren

 

Break

 

Lunch Speaker (Radcliffe Institute)
John White, Louisiana School Superintendent of Education

 

Break

 

Can schools alone overcome the challenges of poverty? (Askwith Hall)
Moderator: Campbell Brown, Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief, The 74
Panelists: Roland Fryer, Henry Lee Professor of Economics – Harvard University,
Richard Barth, CEO – KIPP Foundation, Dr. Pam Cantor, CEO – Turnaround for Children

 

Break

 

Best Investments to Ensure Student Success (Askwith Hall)
Panelists: Nicholas Donohue, President and CEO – Nellie Mae Foundation,
Mary Anne Schmitt-Carey, President – Say Yes to Education, along with other invited panelists

 

Closing (Askwith Hall)
Paul Reville, Professor – Harvard Graduate School of Education & Founder – Education Redesign Lab

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