ON-Lion Letter
On October 17 and 18, Bradley Prize recipient and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and his Foundation for Excellence in Education will host the National Summit on Education Reform 2013 in Boston.  During this two-day event, attendees will be immersed in briefings, discussions, and debates on the latest research, pilot programs, and proven policies for raising student achievement.  The 2013 Summit agenda is available online.

As the Foundation for Excellence in Education's flagship initiative, the National Summit on Education Reform annually convenes the best and brightest from around the world to share strategies to improve the quality of education for all children, everywhere.  This one-stop shop of policies and practices offers an opportunity for lawmakers, policymakers, and advocates to learn the nuts and bolts of reform.

Attendees leave the National Summit armed with the knowledge and networks to advance bold education reform in their states.  This uncommon conference annually serves as a catalyst for energizing and accelerating the reform movement across the nation.

Annual agendas cover a wide range of topics, such as how to measure and report the quality of education, hold schools accountable for learning, incentivize student achievement, use technology to customize learning for every student, recruit and retain the best teachers, and expand choices for parents and students.

Registration is also available online.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports the Foundation for Excellence in Education.
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