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Friday, April 14 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Innovating Public School: What Makes Good Ideas Grow? FULL

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For several centuries, the secondary school curriculum changed little. The basics of western literature and history, algebra and geometry, chemistry, biology, and physics were predictably implied by a high school degree, as were a familiarity with certain rituals: lunch in the cafeteria, team sports, homework, and school dances. But now every year, the goal posts for young adults seem to shift. Coding skills, grit, flipped classrooms, social intelligence, and STEM, vocational experiences, entrepreneurship - every few months a new developmental imperative captures headlines, even as educators struggle to teach foundational literacy and numeracy. What does today’s high school graduate really need to know - and, more importantly, how can we support educators in adapting old institutions to the needs of today’s world?

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Eric Reese

Senior Implementation Advisor, GovEx, Johns Hopkins University
Originally from Indiana, Eric has spent his career working and partnering with organizations around the world to improve public sector performance. Before coming to GovEx, Eric worked on public education initiatives as a Fulbright Grantee in South Korea and at the DC Public Education Fund in Washington, DC, where he managed grant programs to drive improved performance in the DC Public Schools. Most recently, Eric worked with local governments... Read More →

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Katie Boody

CEO, The Lean Lab
A native of Kansas City and the daughter of two community organizers, Katie Boody has worked in public education in KCMO since 2008. Seemingly always involved in the "startup" phase of organizations, Katie was a charter corps member of Teach For Amer
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Debra Socia

Executive Director, Next Century Cities
Deb Socia is the Executive Director of Next Century Cities, a nonprofit that strives to support community leaders across the country as they seek to ensure that all have access to fast, affordable, and reliable Internet. More than 150 cities strong, Next Century Cities is committed to celebrating city successes, demonstrating the value of truly high speed broadband, and elevating the importance of next generation broadband as essential... Read More →
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Keaton Wadzinski

Executive Director, ReinventED Lab
Keaton Wadzinski is a fourth year student at the University of Virginia studying education innovation and social entrepreneurship. He is the founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit ReinventED Lab (reinventedlab.org). Keaton hosts K-12 design sessions as a Design Project Facilitator for Albemarle County Public Schools, and sits on the VA Governor’s Council for Youth Entrepreneurship.


Friday April 14, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room J112 Jefferson School City Center 1st Floor Jefferson School City Center 233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, VA 22903

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