Geoffrey Canada will be speaking today in Winston-Salem at an event for Family Services. He will discuss “The Crisis Facing Communities: What We Can Do To Save Our Children.”
Register for the National Summit for Educational Equity on April 16-19, 2018 here.
Mark your calendars: The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership will begin accepting online applications for its 2018-19 Fellowship year on December 1, 2017.
For additional reporting on the Joint Legislative Task Force on Education Finance Reform meeting yesterday:
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