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CENTER ON EDUCATION & 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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LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT
Language Development and Family Engagement in the Digital Age
Washington, D.C.

An invitation-only conference on how families can use technology to enhance children's language development.

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Colleges in the Age of Enrollment Management
Washington, D.C.

A closer look at the field of enrollment management and how it has affected the distribution of educational opportunity.

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Software’s Economic Impact + The Drive for Talent
Washington, D.C.

Join us for concrete numbers on software’s economic contribution—including related jobs and GDP figures.

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EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION and LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES PROJECT
Fostering STEM Trajectories
Washington, D.C.

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HIGHER EDUCATION
More Than Tuition
Washington, D.C.

How policy makers and institutions can better align resources for today’s students.

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A Global Renaissance in Postsecondary Vocational Education?
Washington, DC

Please join us on the morning of Tuesday, April 12 for a lively discussion on international trends in skills-based education and training.

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Starting From Scratch?
Washington, DC

Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have proposed large new programs that would send federal aid directly to colleges.

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HIGHER EDUCATION
The Future of College Assessment
Washington, DC

With growing public anxiety about higher education prices and student debt, colleges and universities are facing pressure to show results.

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