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You're Invited to the Rethink Education: 2015 Houston Education Summit!
Children At Risk

July, 2015

Many individuals like yourself are passionate about creating a great education for all Houston students. This year, Houston A+ Challenge, Teach For America, Citizen Schools, and CHILDREN AT RISK are hosting the 2015 Houston Education Summit to connect and build our collective effort in that pursuit.
 
Come join us as we “Rethink Education” in Houston and work to strengthen our role in the fight for an excellent public education for all students. The 2015 Houston Education Summit will include presentations from dynamic thinkers working to make change, as well as an innovation fair to connect with other organizations who are finding creative solutions for students, families and communities here in Houston. Additionally, we will host a debate for all Houston Mayoral Candidates focused on education policy and their plans for the future of education in Houston. A full agenda is forthcoming and will be shared as soon as it is finalized. 

Please save the date! 

Date: Saturday, September 26, 2015
Time: 8:45 a.m. -2:00 p.m.
Price: $10 (breakfast and lunch will be included)

Register here to reserve your seat. Capacity is limited so act fast...you won't want to miss this! Share to let the community know you are coming! #RethinkHouEdu 

 



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