March 21 event: 'Dropped?' Future of Arizona & Latino Education
ASU Chicano/Latino Faculty & Staff Association (CLFSA) and Morrison Institute for Public Policy invites you to be part of a March 21 panel discussion about the "Future of Arizona: Latino Education and Moving Forward in the New Economy."
Thursday, March 21
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
AE England Building
Arizona State University
Downtown Phoenix Campus 424 N. Central Ave. Phoenix
Program begins at 7:45 a.m.
Parking: UC II Visitor Parking or University Center Garage
Please RSVP by March 18 to:CLFSA_rsvp@asu.edu
In April 2012, the Morrison Institute report, Dropped? Latino Education and Arizona's Economic Future, was presented on behalf of study sponsors Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and Helios Education Foundation.
Almost a year later this report continues to guide dialogue for innovative solutions, and practices that will benefit education in Arizona.
Join us for a brief presentation on the report and comments from a panel of vibrant leaders in business, education, and government who are committed to propelling us forward as an educationally and economically sound state.
- David Daugherty PhD, Director of Research, Morrison Institute
- Bill Hart, Senior Policy Analyst, Morrison Institute
Panel m oderator:
- Joseph Garcia, Director, Morrison Institute Latino Public Policy Center
Cathleen Barton, Arizona Education Manager,
- Lexi Cunningham, EdD, Superintendent Tolleson Union High School District
- David R. Garcia, PhD, Associate Professor Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
- Honorable Linda Lopez, Arizona State Senator, District 2
- Natalie Nailor, EdD, Executive Director , Access ASU
Event sponsored by Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Office of Educational Outreach and Student Services, and ASU Office of Public Affairs