Education Issues Workshop
A Non-Partisan One-Day Program for Pennsylvania Legislative Candidates, Campaign Staff and Interested Voters
Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Harrisburg, PA
Education Issues will be key topics for Voters and Candidates in the 2014 Pennsylvania Campaign
ARE YOU READY?
Will you be the candidate best prepared to discuss these issues?
Will your campaign material and your statements highlight these issues?
Will you have the best ideas?
Will you be a leader?
Will you do your best in this campaign?
Learn More About These Important Education Issues:
|Governance of Public Education||Early Childhood Education|
|Intersection of Local, State, Federal Policy||Special Education Funding|
|State Education Policy Levers||Ready for Success – 21st Century Skills|
|Changing Demographics||Arts Education|
|Overview of State Budget/Revenue Issues||PA Core Standards and Keystone Exams|
|The Education Budget for 2014-15||Where PA Stands on Student Performance|
|Equity and K-12 Funding Reform Efforts||Helping Struggling Schools and Students|
|School Employee Pension Fund Issues||Teacher Quality, Supply, and Evaluation|
|Property Tax Reform||School Boards and Superintendents|
|School Choices in PA||School District Consolidation|
|Charter Schools and Cyber Schools||Higher Education Governance and Funding|
|School Vouchers||Higher Education Access and Affordability|
|Workforce Development and Education||Q&A Session with a panel of distinguished education leaders and advocates|
|Career and Technical Education|
Register Now! – Space is Limited!
Only $79 for Workshop, Issues Materials, and Complimentary One-Year Subscription to the new Pennsylvania Education Letter
(Workshop includes one-hour break for lunch on your own.)
(Campaign funds may be used for tuition and travel expenses.)
Register online or by mail to EPLC, 800 North Third St., Suite 408, Harrisburg, PA 17102.
The Education Issues Workshop is led by Ronald Cowell, president of EPLC, a former PA House Education Committee chair, and former member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Education. For additional biographical information, see here.