Washington, DC - Education Pioneers, a national nonprofit that attracts top talent to transform education into the best led sector in the U.S. to ensure that all students receive a high-quality education, announced today that Senator Michael Bennet, one of TIME Magazine's Eleven Education Activists of 2011, will be giving a keynote address on Wednesday, July 25th at Jones Day in Washington, DC to an audience of new and established education leaders.
In the audience will be Education Pioneers' new cohort of Graduate School Fellows and Alumni of the Fellowship program, as well as local-area education leaders.
What: 2012 Education Pioneers DC Metro Area Annual Showcase
When: Wednesday, July 25th from 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Where: Jones Day, 300 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC
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"With a multidisciplinary background in business and education and a track record of successful collaboration toward results for students and teachers, Senator Michael Bennet exemplifies the hybrid leader that our Fellows seek to become," said John Troy, Executive Director, Southern Region, Education Pioneers. "His personal story and insights will be invaluable to our audience of leaders who are working hard to transform education for all DC Metro Area students."