Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Keynote panelist at San Diego EWA meeting

Small Schools and High School Reform: Shrinking Size, Diminishing Returns?

Nov. 8-10, 2009
San Diego, California

Join the Education Writers Association for a three-day seminar exploring issues and story ideas related to small schools and high school reform. Participants will visit schools and take an in-depth look at programs in the San Diego Unified School District, hearing firsthand from teachers, principals, students and parents about their experiences.

Sessions include:

  • Left Behind: The Big High School
  • Small in Size, but Not in Feel?
  • Reporters' Experiences Covering Small Schools
  • What Big Districts Can Learn from Small Schools

Featured speakers include Michael Klonsky, Small Schools Workshop and Center for Innovative Schools; Libia Gil, American Institutes for Research; Ash Vasudeva, Stanford University School Redesign Network; Karin Chenoweth, The Education Trust; and Clara Hemphill, New School Center for New York City Affairs.

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