I know I say this every year, but I have no doubt this will be our best summit yet.
Dr. Rice, 66th U.S. Secretary of State and board chair of the Foundation for Excellence in Education, will open the summit with a morning keynote address on Thursday, October 22. The following two-day agenda will feature general and strategy sessions with a range of national leaders, covering the latest topics and innovations in education.
As ExcelinEd’s flagship event, our annual National Summit convenes the best and brightest to share strategies to improve the quality of education for all children. It’s a one-of-a-kind, one-stop shop of policies and innovative practices. Each summit offers state policymakers and education advocates the opportunity to learn about successful state-driven education reforms and together build solutions to shared challenges.
Registration opens today, and seats always go fast. So be sure to reserve your spot at the 2015 National Summit on Education Reform. For event details and to register, visit ExcelinEd.org/National-Summit.
Last year’s National Summit was attended by more than 900 education leaders from five countries and 46 states. We hope you’ll be among the leaders and innovators joining us this year in Denver!
Check out the highlight reel from last year’s National Summit!
About the author
Patricia Levesque @levesquepat
Patricia is the Chief Executive Officer for the Foundation for Excellence in Education. She served as Governor Jeb Bush’s deputy chief of staff for education, enterprise solutions for government, minority procurement, and business and professional regulation. Previously, Patricia served six years in the Florida Legislature in the Speakers Office and as staff director over education policy. Contact Patricia at PatriciaLevesque@excelined.org