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Detroit Schools Quality Education Summit


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On Thursday, August 6th, from 8:00am - 3:00pm at Focus: HOPE in Detroit, the Leadership Detroit Education Support Committee will be hosting the Detroit Schools Quality Education (LDESC) Best Practices Summit: "STOP! Your Future Depends On Me". 

The LDESC needs approximately 10 - 12 volunteers to assist them with participant registration and greeting and directing guests during the summit.  To volunteer for this event please contact Mary Beth Kiley at Kiley.MaryBeth@aod.org .

 

More information about the Quality Best Practice Summit.

Date: Aug 6, 2009
 
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
 
Place:  Focus: HOPE
            1200 Oakman Blvd.
            Detroit, MI  48238
 
The Leadership Detroit Education Support Committee (LDesc.org) invites you to attend the "Detroit Schools Quality Education Best Practices Summit: STOP! Your Future Depends On Me!"
 
The three goals of the Summit are to:
  • Assist educators in duplicating best practices at work in Detroit's high-performing schools.
  • Engage a wide range of business and community leaders committed to building partnerships that increase the number of quality education options for Detroit children and teens.
  • Foster an Informed Parental Constituency based upon proven indicators of quality education. 
Despite the challenges associated with educating children from various socioeconomic backgrounds, a number of schools in Detroit are achieving academic excellence.  Some of them are Detroit Public Schools, while others are private and parochial schools located within the City. Collectively, these schools are proving that It Can Be Done!
 
I hope you are able to join us and if you are unable to join us, a representative from your organization is welcome to attend and bring a guest.
 
Please share this information with anyone who cares about quality education for young people in the City of Detroit.  This is a free event and open to the public.

Featured Speakers include:

Robert A. Ficano, Wayne County Executive
Robert Bobb, DPS Emergency Financial Manager 
 

Michael Tenbusch, Vice President, Educational Preparedness - United Way

Ralph Bland, Superintendent – Detroit Edison Public School Academy

James Hearn, Principal - Marcus Garvey Academy/Butzel

Eyla Green-Roberts, Principal – Detroit Service Learning Academy

Maureen Krauss, Director – Oakland County Economic Development

Ray C. Johnson, Principal - Ray C. Johnson & Associates

David Gamlin Director of Economic Equity – New Detroit /Midnight Golf

Kathleen McBride, Principal - Most Holy Trinity

Jessica Rauch, Principal – Generation Project – Teach For America Alumni 

 

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