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POSTPONED- Advocating for Education in a Unique Political Climate

You are invited to the AERA/IEL Education Policy Forum Luncheon on Friday, March 23, 12-2 pm at IEL. Our March policy forum will provide an opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the contemporary political climate on education.

3/23/2018
When: Friday, March 23rd
12:00-2:00 PM
Where: Institute for Educational Leadership
4301 Connecticut Ave NW #100
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States
Contact: Sabrina Sheikh
202-822-8405 ext.104

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You are invited to the AERA/IEL Education Policy Forum Luncheon on Friday, March 23, 12-2 pm at IEL. Our March policy forum will provide an opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the impact of the contemporary political climate on education. How has the current political climate impacted their ability to accomplish their goals and to stave off mission harm? How have they modified their advocacy strategies to take advantage of any opportunities afforded by the political climate, as well as to defend against policies detrimental to their organizations’ missions? We will hear from advocates representing four different and very interesting education organizations.


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Our panel will include the following individuals and organizations:


Matt de Ferranti, National Indian Education Association; Legislative Director
(An interesting previous position: Legislative Director, Habitat for Humanity)

Kimberly Jones, Council for Opportunity in Education; Vice-president, Public Policy and Communications
(An interesting previous position: Communications Director, Cooley LLP)

John Laughner, Legislative and Communications Manager, Magnet Schools of America
(An interesting previous position: Office of the Ombudsman, USDE)

Narric Rome, Vice President of Government Affairs and Arts Education, Americans for Arts
(An interesting previous position: Staff for Howard Dean’s 2004 Presidential Campaign)

 

 

 Required reservations may be made online
by Wednesday, March 21st
Limited available seating is assigned according to the order in which reservations are received. Fifteen dollars for the subsidized lunch will be collected at the door (cash or check only).

 

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