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Monday, April 24, 2006 — Town Hall Meeting–No Child Left Behind at New York University
Join Pedro Noguera, Diane Ravitch, and Deborah Meier at New York University for discussion and question/answers about NCLB, moderated by Dean Mary Brabeck, Steinhardt School of Education.

Location: 6:30-8:30 PM. NYU School of Law, Greenberg Lounge,Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South–between MacDougal & Sullivan Streets.Reception to Follow.For more information and to RSVP by April 21, see: http://www.steinhardt.nyu.edu/conference/nclb/

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Saturday, February 18, 2006 — Town Hall Meeting: No Child Left Behind with Bob Linn, CRESST
In partnership with the Association of Teacher Educators, a Town Hall meeting will be convened at ATE’s annual conference in Atlanta. Bob Linn will be joined by local educators, and the panel and questions/answers will be moderated by NSSE member Elizabeth DeBray of the University of Georgia. The public and the education community is welcome and the meeting is free.

Location: Hyatt Regency Atlanta, 265 Peachtree Street N.E., Atlanta, 6:00-7:30 PM. The MARTA train system will take you to Peachtree Center Station; from this station, it is a very short walk to Peachtree Center mall and the Hyatt. Parking is also available.

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Wednesday, February 09, 2005 — Town Hall Meeting: No Child Left Behind with Adam Gamoran, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Adam Gamoran was joined by panelists Caroline Allen, state legislative and advocacy chairperson, Pennsylvania PTA; Jim Testerman, vice president, State Education Association; Scott Boyd, state representative; Robert Frick, superintendent, Lampeter-Strasberg School District; and Jeff Smink, director of federal relations, Pennsylvania Department of Education. Close to 300 people, according to College of Education spokespeople, attended the meeting and questions continued past the 9 PM end time.

Location: 7-9 PM Bolger Conference Center 1 S. George St. Millersville,PA For directions: http://muweb.millersville.edu/directions.php

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004 — Town Hall Meeting: No Child Left Behind with Catherine Snow
Catherine Snow was joined by Dr. Christopher Farmer, superintendent of the Gloucester Public Schools, and Rep. John Tierney (D-MA) in an informative discussion of the NCLB legislation and its impact on Massachusetts schooling. The evening was filmed and excerpts from the meeting will be available on this site shortly. Please check back.

Location: Gloucester High School 22 Leslie O. Johnson Road Gloucester, MA

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Friday, October 08, 2004 — Making Research Work for School Improvement: Bridging the Research-Practice Gap. Proceedings of the October 2004 NSSE Working Forum.


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Wednesday, October 06, 2004 — Town Hall Meeting: No Child Left Behind with Judith Warren Little, David Pearson & Alan Schoenfeld
NCLB was discussed by a panel that featured UC Berkeley faculty P. David Pearson, Judith Warren Little, and Alan Schoenfeld and moderated by Phil Daro, executive director of the Public Forum on School Accountability, in front of a crowd of about 250. Read the transcript, which includes the PowerPoint presentations used by the panel.

Location: University of California, Berkeley, 2040 Life Science Building (off Frank Schlessinger Way)

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Wednesday, May 26, 2004 — Town Hall Meeting: No Child Left Behind with Patricia Albjerg Graham
Pat Graham of Harvard was joined by three Chicago-area panelists–the Chicago Public Schools Chief Officer for NCLB implementation, an elementary school principal, and the Director of Research, Evaluation and Assessment for Evanston Township High School District–as she presented a historical perspective on NCLB. The panelists then took questions from the audience. Listen to Dr. Graham’s comments here. Read a digested version of the discussion at http://www.kdp.org/membership/understndtownhm.php

Location: University of Illinois, Chicago

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