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Iowa Education Summit Recorded Sessions

U.S. Secretary of Education: Arne Duncan (#222)
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The Honorable Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education called education "the most pressing issue facing America." He talks about the future of education in his keynote speech recorded at the Iowa Education Summit in June of 2011. [57 minutes]

Former Governor of North Carolina James B. Hunt Jr. (D) (#223)
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Former Governor of North Carolina James B. Hunt Jr. (D), chairman of the James B. Hunt Jr. Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy talks about why school reform must be systemic. This presentation was recorded at the Iowa Education Summit in June of 2011. [56 minutes]

Linda Darling Hammond (#224)
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Linda-Darling Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at Stanford University talks about what supports effective teaching. This presentation was recorded at the Iowa Education Summit in June of 2011. [56 minutes]

Dr. David Driscoll: Chair Nat'l Assessment Governing Board (#225)
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David P. Driscoll, chair of the National Assessment Governing Board and former Massachusetts Education Commissioner talks about how Massachusetts became the top education state, and next steps for the U.S. to be globally competitive. This presentation was recorded at the Iowa Education Summit in June of 2011. [56 minutes]

Governor Chris Christie, New Jersey (R) and Vivien Stewart (#226)
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Various speakers including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) and Asia Society Senior Advisor, Vivien Stewart talk about education reform. This presentation was recorded at the Iowa Education Summit in June of 2011. [56 minutes]

Learning for Iowa's Future
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Highlights from the Iowa Education Summit 2011 and round table discussion with a variety of stake-holders working on Iowa's education reform. Communities, teachers, administrators and government officials are working together to create a world class education system and restore Iowa's schools to "Best in the Nation" status, in the face of limited resources. [56 minutes]
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Brockton Video
This is a supplemental Video to Governor Driscoll’s presentation. The Brockton video is a story about how Brockton High School became a turnaround school.

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/need-to-know/uncategorized/brockton-high-proves-that-big-schools-can-be-good-schools/6959/ 

 As you review the video, you might want to consider the following questions.

  1. Why did Brockton transform itself?
  2. How did Brockton transform itself?
  3. What were the outcomes of the transformation? 
  4. How might this information inform our work?

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