EPLC Conference – 2007

Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference 2007

The Fifth Annual Pennsylvania Education Policy and Leadership Conference was held March 29-30, 2007 in Camp Hill, PA.

Conference Presentations Available Online

Pennsylvania Costing-out Study
by John Myers, Augenblick, Palaich and Associates
MS Powerpoint Format

Public Education Network: Public involvement. Public education. Public benefit.
by Wendy Puriefoy, President, Public Education Network
MS Powerpoint Format

Implementing Special Session Act 1 of 2006: Implications for Taxpayers, School Boards, and Students
by Tim Allwein, Assistant Executive Director, PA School Boards Association and Jay Himes, Executive Director, PA Association of School Business Officials
MS Powerpoint Format

An Update: Pennsylvania’s Policy Initiatives for Young Children
by Harriet Dichter, Deputy Secretary, Office of Child Development & Early Learning, PA Departments of Education & Public Welfare
MS Powerpoint Format

NCLB and Success for All Students: What’s Working to Close P-12 Student Achievement Gaps
by Jim Turner, Director, Partnership for School District Improvement, University of Pittsburgh
MS Powerpoint Format

NCLB and Success for All Students: What’s Working to Close P-12 Student Achievement Gaps
by Juan Baughn, Director of Pennsylvania Education Consultants and Appointed Member of the Chester Upland School District Empowerment Board
MS Powerpoint Format
Thanks to our 2007 Conference Sponsors:

GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency
Helping to Create Access to Education for
Pennsylvania Students

Pennsylvania State Education Association
Leadership for Public Education

Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties
The National Leaders in Protecting and
Advancing Faculty Rights

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Smart Futures
Providing Innovative Career Development Resources to Pennsylvania’s Education and Training Community


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