WASHINGTON D.C.—Today, Governor Jeb Bush, chairman of the Foundation for Excellence in Education (ExcelinEd), opened the organization’s 2016 National Summit on Education Reform with a keynote address.
More than 1,000 education leaders from 49 states and 4 countries are attending the event. Additional speakers include Dr. Condoleezza Rice moderating a panel of former U.S. Dept. of Education secretaries; Angela Duckworth speaking on the power of perseverance; Todd Rose exploring the end of average; a conversation with Sal Khan and David Coleman on leveling the playing field; and Diane Tavenner sharing her vision on redesigning education.
Highlights from Gov. Jeb Bush’s Opening Keynote
Now in its ninth year, the National Summit on Education Reform features general sessions with nationally renowned speakers and strategy sessions featuring policy experts, legislators and education leaders.
Topics range from personalized learning and educational choice to solutions for states implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act.
This unique convening is a one-stop shop for state policymakers and education leaders who want a comprehensive overview of all elements of education reform. Attendees share lessons learned across states and collaborate with leaders who are successful in championing all students in every classroom.
Keynote and general sessions are available live at ExcelinEd.org/SummitLive.