Next month, community organizations and individuals who work to improve Baltimore City schools will converge downtown for a daylong conference to create common visions, share successes, and develop new leadership and advocacy skills. The Baltimore Education Equity Summit is hosted by Teach for America, and the summit features a speech by Aspen Institute CEO Walter Isaacson.
This event is open to anyone interested in the future of Baltimore City’s public schools. It is free for Baltimore City School students and their parents (PK-12). Others can take advantage of early bird registration and pay just $25 (early bird registration ends this Friday, September 21st). After Friday, registration is $35. This event will be held:
Saturday, October 20th
The Hyatt Regency Baltimore, 300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
Register for the Baltimore Education Equity Summit here, see the agenda here, see who else is attending here. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and organize in order to better advocate for Baltimore’s schools.