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2013 Education Policy Summit – Catholic Partnership Schools

Catholic Partnership Schools

Mark your calendars – Monday, March 18, 2013 — for a premier gathering of academics, educators, social workers, early education specialists and others for a daylong exploration of the long-term physiological and neurological impact of poverty and trauma on children’s ability to learn.

Paul Tough, author of the best-selling How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character, kicks off the day-long event with his keynote address and he’ll be joined by nationally –recognized researchers and practitioners for a panel discussion, Q&A session, and facilitated working groups designed to share best practices and develop new strategies for success.

For additional details about the speakers, who should attend the summit, and the day’s preliminary schedule, click here for the SUMMIT OVERVIEW

To view the 2013 Education Summit Brochure, please click here.

To Register Click Here

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  1. paschn February 23, 2013

    Kudos for your efforts. That being said, whom of you are familiar with the term, “rotten to the core”? Well, this dying Republic is “rotten to the core” and if you want to put your efforts where they’ll do the most good, demmand a bill be sponsored to secede from this purely evil Union. Leave, approach your adjacent 2 or 3 states and propose forming an independant Republic. THAT will teach many of your students about the political machine and the proper way to shut down a nation gone totally bad, period.

    Thank you

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