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School Reform Panel - Wednesday July 12

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  • Ben Klasky
    Hello Edupreneurs, As I mentioned in a recent email, Teach For America Bay Area Alumni are hosting a panel discussion on multiple initiatives in School Reform.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 6, 2000
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      Hello Edupreneurs,

      As I mentioned in a recent email, Teach For America Bay Area Alumni are
      hosting a panel discussion on multiple initiatives in School Reform. I was
      personally excited to see that one of the panelists will be Terry Moe, one
      of the nation's leading advocates for school vouchers. (I've heard him
      speak on the subject and he is quite thought-provoking, regardless of where
      you come down on the issue). It should be an interesting discussion and
      you are all invited to attend. Here are some details on the event:

      Subject: Reforming Our Schools

      When: Wednesday, July 12 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

      Location: Stanford University, Building 60 - Urban Studies Dept. Room 61A,
      Palo Alto, CA

      Moderator: Rob Reich (TFA '92 Houston), assistant professor, Stanford
      University

      Panelists:

      - Tony Byrd (TFA '93 L.A.), elementary school principal, Cambrian School
      District
      - Doni Gaffney, veteran teacher, Edison McNair Academy, East Palo Alto
      - Dennis Guikema (TFA '94 Bay Area), teacher, Merritt Middle College High
      School; PhD candidate, The Fielding Institute
      - Terry Moe, political science professor, Stanford University
      - Don Shalvey, founder, University Public Schools (invited, not confirmed)

      If you would like to attend, please RSVP (this is important so that the
      organizers can plan appropriately). RSVP by sending an email to
      bayareachapter@... or by calling the event organizer (Carlin Johnson)
      at 650.813.1453. Note - this is Carlin's home number, so please don't call
      too late or too early.

      Best regards,

      -Ben Klasky
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