NEW YORK--(Global Partnership Schools president and University of Southern California professor, Rudy Crew, will join a distinguished panel of education experts to discuss critical issues surrounding federal education policies impacting communities of color.)--At this week’s 101st National Convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP),
Crew, who served as chancellor of the New York City Public Schools and as superintendent of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, will be joined by Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan; Will Jawando, White House Office of Public Engagement; George Khaldun, chief administration officer of the Harlem Children’s Zone; Tiffany Anderson, superintendent of the University Academy Charter School; and Ken Surratt, assistant director of CREDO. Adora Obi Nweze, chair of the National Board’s Education Committee, will moderate the panel exploring such issues as:
Crew’s company, Global Partnership Schools, helps to turnaround and transform under-performing schools by introducing structures and tools that reinforce highly effective teaching and learning in order to create learning communities that accelerate student progress, improve the instructional capacity of all educators, and create educational environments that prepare all students to succeed in the global economy and society.
WHAT: 101st NAACP National Convention, Kansas City, MO
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 11:00 AM
WHERE: Kansas City Convention Center