Education: The Public Good or The Individual Good? A Talk At Columbia In Harlem (Video)

April 5, 2017

On Friday, March 24th, 2017, an education policy symposium held in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the NY Education Policy Fellowship Program at Columbia University, In Harlem New York.
Featuring A Keynote Address by:

  • Richard D. Kahlenberg, Senior Fellow
    The Century Foundation, Washington, D.C.

And A Distinguished Panel of Responders:

  • Frederick M. Hess, Resident Scholar & Director of Education Policy Studies
    The American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D.C.
  • Sonya Douglass Horsford, Associate Professor of Education Leadership
    Department of Organization & Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Luis Huerta, Associate Professor of Education & Public Policy Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis, Teachers College
  • Ernest Morrell, Macy Professor of Education Department of Arts & Humanities, Teachers College
  • Amy Stuart Wells, Professor of Sociology & Education Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis, Teachers College
  • Michael D. Usdan, Senior Fellow, Institute for Educational Leadership, Washington, D.C.

Here’s the video:

The Institute for Educational Leadership Center for Educational Leadership at Putnam|Northern Westchester BOCES Westchester-Putnam School Boards Association.

This symposium was sponsored without charge to attendees by the:
Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis, Teachers College, Columbia University.

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