When Education Works, so Does Milwaukee: Strategies Making a Difference
38% of our workforce has a post-secondary education. Without an educated population how will Milwaukee – and your business – work?
Across the educational spectrum, local leaders are reforming the way urban education is delivered. Learn how these strategies are making a difference.
Hear insights from key leaders in this effort, including:
Gregory Thornton, MPS superintendent
Henry Tyson, superintendent of St. Marcus Lutheran School and past chair, Choice Schools Association
Ricardo Diaz, chair of the Milwaukee Charter School Association
Mar 14, 2012