A Community Breakfast In Celebration of National School Choice Week
A Community Breakfast
In Celebration of
National School Choice Week
Center of the American Experiment & Institute for Justice
Senior Fellow at StudentsFirst Institute & former President of the Washington, DC Teachers Union
When asked why he is so committed to improving educational options for poor and minority boys and girls, George Parker said:
“A quality education was my only exit out of poverty. It remains the same for the overwhelming majority of poor and low-income children today. Poor parents and children need more options by which they can achieve a quality education and escape a future of poverty. Our communities must come together as a village, free of self-serving political interests, and save our children.”
A native of rural North Carolina, George Parker taught math in public high schools and middle schools in Washington, DC for 30 years.
9:00 to 10:30 am
Thursday, January 26, 2017
DeLaSalle High School
One DeLaSalle Drive
Minneapolis, MN 55401
There is no charge for this light continental breakfast but we ask that you pre-register.