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Friday Registration: 6:30 pm -9:00 pm
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Saturday and Sunday Registration: 7:00 am-9:30 am
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Friday evening book discussion: Time TBD
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Saturday Opening Keynotes: Diane Ravitch and Nikhil Goyal 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
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Saturday: Session 1 9:45 am-10:55 am
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 2Co-presenter 3Moderator
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Considering the Possibilities and Limitations of Grassroots Organizing for Community Schools in PhiladelphiaKristen GoesslingDaniel MerinPep Marie Caitlin Fritz
Kristen Goessling/Edwin Mayorga
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Education Policy, Politics, and Activism in the DeVos EraMitchell RobinsonNancy FlanaganPeter GreeneMitchell Robinson
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Fighting to Maintain Public Control of Our Schools in San Antonio: the Experiences of a District That Has Been Targeted by City FundSarah SorensenQueta RodriguezStephanie TorresShelley Potter
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Disrupting the Cradle-to-prison Pipeline: Defending the Early Year’s Family and Educator Conversation (stream)Denisha JonesZakiya Sankara-JabarLaKisha ReidErika Strauss Chavarria
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The Possibilities and Challenges of Leading With Courage, Equity Community at the HeartCarol BurrisMike MatsudaJohn MurphyAdell CothorneTina Andres
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#VotePublic: the Wisconsin Public Education Network's Statewide Campaign to Hold Elected Officials AccountableJulie UnderwoodJenni HofschulteJulie Underwood
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Class Size Reduction & Teacher Activism: Myths and RealitiesLeonie HaimsonNancy BaileyArthur GoldsteinLeonie Haimson
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Saturday: Session 2 11:05 am-12:15 am
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 1Co-presenter 3Moderator
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Co-locations, the Good, the Bad and the UglyMimi DuncansonOfelia RyanSara RoosLaura Velasco
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Working Together Empowers Everyone!Debbie BaerPatrick Duncan
Dr. David Aderhold, Superintendent of Schools WW-P
Debbie Baer
Bruce Salmestrelli, WWPEA President
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Twenty Years of Corporate Education Reform in Philadelphia (stream)Lisa HaverKarel KilimnikKendra Brooks Kenya Nation HolmesLisa Haver
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Charter Schools: How the Students and Taxpayers of Our Public School Districts Lose Out Carol BurrisJoe RoyDon CohenMark WeberJeremy Mohler
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“Special Needs” Vouchers: Separate and Unequal by StealthFrank FitchKathleen M. HulginDan Greenberg
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Mobilizing Faith Leaders for Public Education AdvocacyCharles JohnsonRachel ShepardCharles LukeClark FraileyCharles Johnson
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Political OrganizingJerry JordanTBDJerry Jordan
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Lunch Keynote: The Year of Red for Ed: A Panel Discussion Yohuru Williams with Jay O'Neal, Stacey Davis Gates and Alex Orozco 12:25 pm - 1:55 pm
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Saturday: Session 3 2:05 pm -3:15 pm
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 2Co-presenter 3Moderator
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The City Fund: the Major Players, Where They've Developed and Implemented the Portfolio Model, and Where They Hope to Spread it Next Darcie CimarustiKeith BensonMike HutchinsonTom Ultican
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ESSA and the Federal Role in Education ReformNicholas TampioDiane Ravitch Peter GreeneNicholas Tampio
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How Can the Early Education Community #keeppreschoolshuman?Roxana MarachiRoxana MarachiJosh GolinSeth EvansLaKisha Reid
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Bringing Oversight and Transparency to the Privatization of Public Education Derek BlackPreston GreenSusan De JarnattDavid Lapp
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The Fight Against Vouchers in TennesseeAmy FroggeTerri HarrisBrad FiscusAntonio ParkinsonAmy Frogge
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SOS Arizona & SOSNJ - Blueprints in Successful Grassroots Organizing (stream)Marla KilfoyleJulie BorstBeth LewisBecky GloverKylene Dibble
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Member EngagementJerry JordanTBDJerry Jordan
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Saturday: Session 4 3:25 pm- 4:35 pm
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 2Co-presenter 3Moderator
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Grassroots Organizing in Support of Public EducationOfelia RyanJazmine GarciaCynthia LiuTracy Abbott CookSara Holland
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Building a Locally Powered Campaign for Education Equity (stream)Jitu BrownRonsha DickersonJitu Brown
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GERM's (Un)intended Consequences for Public Schools Helge WasmuthElena NiteckiDenisha JonesGrant FrostHelge Wasmuth
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Public Funds Public Schools: A Multi-pronged Initiative to Fight VouchersKatherine DunnBacardi JacksonJessica LevinBeth LewisKatherine Dunn
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The Refugee Experience: Embracing Diversity and Capitalizing on Community InvolvementBrenda MoralesJennifer StumBrenda Morales
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Building Community Through a Conversation About Testing: A Case StudySuzanne MillerDaniel Conn Michelle Tenam ZemachMika Twietmeyer
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Education Without Barriers NC: Grassroots Organizing to Support English Learning Students & Their FamiliesSarah MontgomeryCarmin RoldanSarah Montgomery
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Keynote: Little Steven 4:45 pm-5:30
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Open Bar Reception: 6:00 pm
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Sunday: Session 5 8:15 am -9:25 am
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 2Co-presenter 3Moderator
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Retiree Teachers - Untapped Potential for ActivismTerry KalbWilma de SotoMarian KillianTerry Kalb
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The Impact of Mega Philanthropy on Public EducationMartin LevineMartin LevineJulian Vasquez Heilig
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A Conversation About the Next Wave of PrivatizationSusan OchshornRoxana MarachiSusan Ochshorn
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Follow the Money in Charter School ManagementSue LeggPat HallRobin JonesSue Legg
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Community Voice: How Public Education Advocates Help Elevate the Needs of Their Communities Darcie CimarustiRosie GrantKeith BensonStephen DanleyDarcie Cimarusti
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Asleep at the Wheel: How the U.S. Department of Education Takes Students and Taxpayers on a Reckless Ride (stream)Carol BurrisKeith BensonJeff BryantCasandra UlbrichCarol Burris
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Educator Toolkit for Teacher and Student Privacy - an Update on the Work and Parent Toolkit Marla KilfoyleMelissa TomlinsonLeonie HaimsonMarla Kilfoyle
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Brunch: Noliwe Rooks 9:35-10:55
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Sunday: Session 6 11:00 am -12:10 pm
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Session TitleContactCo-presenter 1Co-presenter 2Co-presenter 3Moderator
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Strategies for Public Schools With Equitable Practices: Teacher IssuesEmma GarciaSylvia A. AllegrettoElaine WeissEmma Garcia
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Cyber Charters and Online Learning: the Failing ExperimentMarla KilfoyleLarry FeinbergBrianne KramerLeonie HaimsonMarla Kilfoyle
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How to Debate the Rhetoric of Teach for America Using the Facts (stream)Julian Vasquez HeiligGary RubinsteinJameson BrewerJulian Vasquez Heilig
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Charter Schools and Black Exploitation: Openings, Closings, and Community Abandonment Dountonia S. BattsJitu BrownKeith BensonDountonia S. Batts
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Getting the Data Straight: Understanding Public Education's Great SuccessJames HarveyDonald CohenJames Harvey
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Standing up for Public Education: How Parents, Students and Teachers Have Fought Privatization and Other Aspects of Neoliberal Education ReformJulia Sass RubinJerusha ConnerKira Baker-DoyleJulia Sass Rubin
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Teachers Attacked from Without and WithinWilma de SotoKeitha BrysonJohn CznadelKathy BeeryJennifer Ozgur
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Call to Action: 12:20 pm - 12:45 pm
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Final Keynote: Jitu Brown 12:45 pm-2:00 pm
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