Leading the Way: How Innovative Leaders Can Change the Future of Education: with Mr. Canada

Did you see Waiting for Superman?

What if you had the chance to be live with Mr. Canada?

Now, you can - Wednesday - click here to register!

Click Here to Tune in Live
 Wednesday, December 28 at 3pm PT/6pm ET
If you're like me, you find it empowering to know the latest trends in education.  I firmly believe in being an advocate for the children.  I know it's my responsibility to play an active role in their future.  That is why I'm asking you to join me this Wednesday for a brief moment to take part in a live webinar.  Don't worry... you won't be on video or even be heard.  In fact, because we're still on vacation, I'm sure I'll be comfortable in my pajamas.  I do, however, want to hear this important discussion live on Wednesday, December 28 at 3pm PT/6pm ET - that is in a few hours...
Here is the formal invitation and information you'll need to know:
What is this Event?
Join Capella for an inspiring discussion on shaping the future of education.  The event features a keynote presentation by Mr. Canada, followed by continued discussion of these critical issues with expert leaders in the field.

Event Information:
With the U.S. getting only average marks for its public education, many would argue that we're simply not doing enough to support our children-and our future.

 But every one of us has the power to make a difference. Just ask Geoffrey Canada, an education reform leader whose ground-breaking work has set a precedent for movements nationwide.
Learn more and join in this inspiring discussion as Mr. Canada shares his experiences, followed by continued discussion with key education thought leaders.

Time & Location:

Tune in live on Wednesday, December 28 at 3pm PT/6pm ET at:  www.capella.edu/inspireideas. Questions for Mr. Canada can be submitted at that link prior to the event. If you'd like to RSVP for the live stream, you can do so here: http://capellainspires.eventbrite.com
Who is Geoffrey Canada?

For more than 25 years, he's been a passionate and innovative advocate or education reform, most notably through his contributions to the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ). Through his visionary leadership, HCZ has helped thousands of disadvantaged children and families gain access to high-quality education and support resources that empower them to succeed.  His bold ideas and transformational work have garnered national attention.
  • Named one of 2011's TIME 100, The World's Most Influential People, by Time Magazine.

  • Featured in the documentary, Waiting for Superman.
  • Named one of "America's Best Leaders" by US News & World report.
Join me and listen in live - click here to view the event live and click here to register.

*Disclosure: This publication was a paid endorsement of this event.*

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