The Future of Urban Education Part 2

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Partly 2 of this collection, The Future of Urban Education, Steve Adubato moderates a panel conversation resolving the one-of-a-kind obstacles facing metropolitan colleges. This panel takes a look at the similarities and distinctions of charter institutions and public institutions, just how parents and also youngsters in Newark are picking institutions outside of their neighborhoods to get the very best possible education and learning and the essential aspects to keeping an effective public school. Guests Include: Sarah Keh, Director of Corporate Giving at Prudential Financial
Dr. Marcia Lyles, Superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools
A. Robert Gregory, Deputy Superintendent, Newark Public Schools
Michele Adubato, Chief Executive Officer of The North Ward Center
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, City of Newark, NJ
Christopher Cerf, Former Superintendent of Newark Public Schools
Michele Mason, Executive Director of the Newark Charter School Fund
State Senator M. Teresa Ruiz (D) – NJ, Assistant Majority Leader and Chairwoman of the Senate Education Committee
Dr. Benjamin Justice, Professor for the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University

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