"What if students, parents and teachers were all held responsible?"
with Milton Chen, Senior Fellow with Edutopia - The George Lucas Educational Foundation
Non-Profit of the Month: Caldwell P16
Milton Chen is a best-selling author, education innovator and developer and researcher. Chen is currently a senior fellow with The George Lucas Educational Foundation, a Bay Area nonprofit that utilizes its multimedia website Edutopia.org and documentary films to create a new vision for 21st Century schools.
Chen’s four-decade career in education, media and technology is nationally known, recognized and awarded. He served for 10 years as the founding director of the KQED Center for Education (PBS) in San Francisco and in the 1970s he helped develop Sesame Street. Chen has been an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and in 2007-08 was a Fulbright New Century Scholar conducting research on access and diversity in K12 and higher education.
November 4, 2014: Check back for event and speaker info
The Linen Building - 1402 West Grove - Boise, Idaho (view map)
$18 per person - All proceeds benefit local non-profits
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