Education Summit 2019

The Education Summit on Sept. 24-26, at the Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies, will examine formulating financial policy in light of research findings to maximize chances for school success. 

Competing economic analyses have prompted generalizations about financial and human resource practices aimed to improve educational outcomes.

Such generalizations suggest the need to improve administrative policies; classroom and curriculum content; fiscal and physical capacity; and teacher characteristics. Yet, even in the face of increased litigation, state legislatures are slow to apply research findings, and to revise school funding formulas and accountability systems that will adequately provide for the basic needs of widely varying schools and districts.  Too often, funding is not structured to ensure all students have access to effective educational services.


Free and Open to the Public

Choose sessions of preference/Attend as many as you’d like


Free parking at the Convention Center garage

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