The Campaign Releases Video Streaming for Oct. 11th Achievable and Affordable Panel
Following the recent forum, "Achievable and Affordable: Providing
Comprehensive Educational Opportunity to Low-Income Students," the
Campaign for Educational Equity releases the video streaming from the
October 11, 2011 panel.
See video: http://youtu.be/-5k2fuZ_STc
In October 2011, five new white papers were issued that offer legal, social, and financial analyses on the resources and services children, particularly children from poverty, need in school to obtain a sound basic education. These resources and services include both the opportunities provided in formal school settings and on providing a full range of educationally relevant “out of school” services that students need to overcome the impediments to learning that poverty imposes. In response, a panel discussed the cost, implementation, and general feasibility of providing comprehensive educational services to New York City public school students and public school students nationwide.
Susan H. Fuhrman, president of Teachers
College, Columbia University, moderated the panel discussion. The five
panelists included Michael A. Rebell, executive director of the Campaign
for Educational Equity; John B. King Jr., New York State Commissioner
of Education and president of the University of the State of New York;
Mary Anne Schmitt-Carey, president of Say Yes to Education; David
Wakelyn, Deputy Secretary for Education in the State of New York; and
Randi Weingarten, president of the American
Federation of Teachers.