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Free Food at CU Amnesty International’s Panel

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Tonight from 8-10 pm in 414 Pupin, you can snag some free pizza at CU Amnesty International’s panel:

Students vs. Teachers: the Right Paradigm for Education Reform?

A panel discussion featuring Professor Jeffrey Henig of Teachers’ College, Wayne Wilson of Students for Education Reform, Alexander Donovan of Teach for America, and Mike Rady of Columbia’s Education Umbrella. The discussion will compare competing philosophies of education reform, addressing big issues which cities and states face in confronting the achievement gap in urban K-12 public schools. Topics will include performance pay for teachers, testing of student achievement, and the role of charter schools. The panel will conclude with an audience Q&A.

Sounds tasty interesting.

Pizza pie via Wikimedia

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  • blunts in butler says:

    @blunts in butler Munchies. I have them.

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