Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary to Discuss Education Reform and the Value of Expanded Learning Time in Turning Around Low-Performing Schools at the Citizen Schools’ Second Annual Expanded Learning Time Summit
Event Date 1: July 13, 2012 06:30 pm - 07:30 pm
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Michael Yudin will discuss education reform and the value of extended learning time in helping to turn around low-performing schools during a panel discussion at the Citizen Schools’ second annual Expanded Learning Time Summit on Friday, July 13, at 6:30 p.m. in Cambridge, Mass. The summit will bring together an estimated 200 superintendents, district leaders, principals and other educators to discuss the power and potential of expanded learning time as a key lever for school turnaround.
Earlier this year, Massachusetts received an additional $7.8 million to turn around more of its persistently lowest-achieving schools through the U.S. Education Department's School Improvement Grants (SIG) program. The award provided new funding as part of $535 million included in the fiscal year 2011 budget and made available to states under the program. To date, Massachusetts has received $74.5 million since the SIG program was redesigned in 2009.
|Who :||Michael Yudin, principal deputy assistant secretary, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U. S. Department of Education|
|What :||Panelist at Citizen Schools’ second annual Expanded Learning Time Summit|
|When :||6:30 p.m. ET Friday, July 13, 2012|
|Where :||Microsoft New England Research and Development Center|
One Memorial Drive, 10th Floor Commons