Ambassadors for Education Reimagined will be presenting at a panel at the ASU/GSV Summit in San Diego on April 18th.
Presenters include: Stephan Turnipseed, Executive Vice President/Chief Strategy Officer, Destination Imagination & Former President of LEGO Education North America. Advisory Board member of Education Reimagined. Judy Peppler, President & CEO, KnowledgeWorks & Advisory Board member of Education Reimagined. Sonya Wrisley, Founding Principal (retired), Design 39 Campus Javier Guzman, California Regional Director of School Network Support and Innovation, Big Picture Learning.
Their panel will explore how we realize a new future of learning in which every child fulfills their potential. It will help attendees expand their notions of where, when, how ,and with whom learning happens and see how this future is already coming to life across the country.
On April 12th, Kelly Young, Director of Education Reimagined, will be presenting a keynote speech at the Massachusetts Education Partnership annual conference, hosted by the Rennie Center. The conference focuses on how collaborative practice can move ideas into action and includes the participation of Massachusetts school committee members, superintendents, labor leaders, and other partners.
President Rob Fersh and board chair Rich Korn will participate in an undergraduate course with Cornell professor and board member Dave Lipsky on the theory of collaborative and interest-based conflict resolution on April 4 to April 7, 2016. The course will describe recent efforts to use these techniques to resolve important public policy issues, focusing on the work of Convergence.
On March 22, 2016, Caryn Hederman, Director of the Long-Term Care Financing Collaborative presented on a SCAN Foundation sponsored panel “Financing Long-Term Services and Supports: New Model for Evaluating Policy Options” at the Aging in America Conference hosted by the American Society of Aging.
The panel highlighted a new model to analyze policy options for financing long-term services and supports, new data addressing costs and coverage of multiple financing strategies, including the current baseline, private market reforms, and voluntary and mandatory mechanisms for various levels of protection.
Education Reimagined hosts their Visionary Leader meeting on March 18, 2016. The meeting will focus on “The Potential for Learner-centered Education to Meet the Needs of Currently Disadvantaged Learners.” Todd Rose, author of The End of Average, served as a featured speaker for the event.
Kelly Young and Education Reimagined Advisory Board members and pioneers will host a panel session and summit to share about their vision for the future of education in the US, to highlight the extraordinary work of pioneering learning environments across the country, and to provide the space for pioneers to come together to learn from and engage with each other. They are also co-hosting a cocktail party with Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC).
On Tuesday, March 1, at 10:15 a.m. in 2322 Rayburn House Office Building, the Subcommittee on Health will hold a hearing, “Examining the Financing and Delivery of LongTerm Care in the U.S.” Witnesses are Alice Rivlin, PhD, Co-Chair, Long-Term Care Initiative, Bipartisan Policy Center; Senior Fellow, Economic Studies Program, The Brookings Institution, William J. Scanlon, PhD, Consultant, West Health Institute and National Health Policy Forum; and, Anne Tumlinson, CEO, Anne Tumlinson Innovations; Founder, Daughterhood.org.