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The Power of Leaders in Early Learning
Washington, D.C.

A conversation on how the varying levels of qualifications for Pre-K leaders can leave children behind

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Ethical Use of Predictive Analytics in Higher Education
Washington, D.C.

A discussion on how student data could be used to curtail academic success rather than help ensure it.

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Varying Degrees: How America Perceives Higher Education
Washington, D.C.

Take a closer look at America’s thoughts and perceptions of higher education and discuss the implications for future generations.

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CENTER ON EDUCATION AND SKILLS
Apprenticeship Forward
Washington, D.C.

On May 4th & 5th 2017, share and learn about the future of American apprenticeship at the Apprenticeship Forward conference.

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What’s Next for STEM Education?
Washington, D.C.

A presentation and discussion of new research on opportunities and challenges facing PreK-12 STEM education.

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HIGHER EDUCATION
Lower Ed
New York, NY

A former insider discloses the story behind for-profit schools to explain the lose-lose options for Americans seeking a better life.

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DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Lifting the Torch for Multilingual Students
New York, New York

A new report dives into New York’s redesign of policies supporting the education of its shifting multilingual populations.

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Where Are They Now: A Look at America’s Next Generation Universities
Washington, D.C.

Takeaways for policymakers and higher education leaders as they consider a new normal in higher education

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CENTER ON EDUCATION AND SKILLS
Beyond the Classroom
Washington, D.C.

Join us for the launch of a new report on strategies for integrating work and school

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Worlds Apart
New York, NY

Piecemeal education reforms over the last five decades make clear the “Great Equalizer” hasn’t lived up to its promise.

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The Most Innovative People in Higher Education
Washington, D.C.

A conversation with individuals who have found innovative ways of making a quality college degree accessible to more students

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First Things First!
Washington, D.C.

Join Ed Policy and Ruby Takanishi about how improving the paradigm of primary school can decrease achievement gaps and increase success.

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