EPI's National Capitol Summit 2010
The Council of State Governments (CSG)
National Education Association
Kaplan Higher Education
The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education & Human Development
Professional Science Master's
National Action Council on Minorities in Engineering
Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice (USC)
The Educational Policy Institute is pleased to present the Third Annual National Capitol Summit this April 12-13, 2010, in Washington, DC. The two-day policy summit is designed to provide policymakers, elected members, their staff, and other education stakeholders from across the country with an orientation to significant educational issues facing the US education system.
The Educational Policy Institute is a non-profit, non-partisan research and policy center on education from Pre-K to and through higher education. Our mission is to expand educational opportunity for low-income and other historically-underrepresented students through high-level research and analysis.
This year’s policy summit will focus on key issues such as STEM education in the 21st century, college access and affordability, and education reform initiatives under the Obama Administration. Panels include the following topics:
- PANEL 1: School Reform, Turnarounds, and the Race to the Top
- PANEL 2: Longitudinal Student Data Systems and Accountability Measures
- PANEL 3: STEM, Education, and the Economy
- PANEL 4: STEM Education – What Works
- PANEL 5: Students with Disabilities
- PANEL 6: College Affordability, Quality, and Student Loans
Confirmed Keynote speakers include Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) and Dr. Peter Smith, Senior VP at Kaplan Higher Education and former President of CSU Monterrey Bay.
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