TUESDAY, DEC 12, 2017

6:00 PM

Understanding Quality Education: What Makes A Good School?
The Memphis Educational Equity Learning Series is closing out the year with "Understanding Quality Education: What Makes a Good School?", facilitated by Conexion Americas's Jaclyn Suffel. This fourth discussion will explore the definition of quality education and what that looks like in our school. Our dicsussion will focus on addressing the following topics: What is a quality education? What makes a good school? In saying that all students deserve a great school, what does that mean? Panelists: Dr. Sharon Griffin, Chief of Schools for SCS; Janiya Douglas, Community Organizer; Karen Vogelsang, 2015 Tennessee Teacher of the Year; and Maya Bugg, Chief Executive Office of the Tennessee Charter School Center. *Childcare will be provided!* Following the discussion, Stand for Children and Memphians for Educational Equity (MEE) will host a post-discussion mixer.
WHEN:

Dec. 12, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

WHERE:

National Civil Rights Museum 450 Mulberry Street Ford Motor Company Theater Memphis, TN 38103

COST:

Free

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