We’re excited about Bellwether’s launch this week. The event is this Thursday at the Sumner School in Washington, D.C. from 3:30-5.
Jane Pauley will lead what should be a provocative discussion with Cami Anderson, superintendent of District 79 in New York City, John King, the Deputy Commissioner of Education in New York and a founder of the incredible Roxbury Prep, Kim Smith, a founder of New Schools Venture Fund and now of Bellwether, and me about the opportunities and challenges facing the entrepreneurial education reform sector. Kathleen McCartney, the dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a member of Bellwether’s board of directors will kick things off. Mary Wells, Monisha Lozier, and Sara Mead will be there as well, obviously, so good chance to meet them if you don’t know them all.
The event is open but is now oversubscribed and we’re on a growing wait list. So if you’ve rsvp’d that you’re coming but now realize you can’t please let us know so we can accommodate others. If you’re on the wait list please be patient and if you haven’t RSVP’d for a spot please do as soon as possible. We’re taking people off the list in order.
All RSVP’s and cancels through email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you.
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The theater of basing a majority of evaluation on test scores