The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education is gearing up to co-host our "Closing the Widening Gaps" Critical Issues Forum with the Georgia Chamber of Commerce next Thursday, September 17 at 1:30 p.m. EST. If you haven''t already registered, please do so and join us via Vimeo Live to learn how the COVID-19 pandemic and the related economic collapse have challenged our workforce pipeline and how we, Georgia, should respond.
Our keynote speaker, Anthony Carnevale (Director, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce) will be outlining the systemic changes that must be made to meet the changing workforce landscape, particularly the alignment of K-12, post-secondary systems, and the business community as well as structural changes to who has access to post-secondary degrees.
He will be followed by two panels, one exploring the implications for the workforce and the other exploring the role of public education.
Chris Clark, President & CEO, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, will moderate discussion among the following panelists:
Melanie McClellan, Director, Carrollton-Carroll County Education Collaborative
David Moody, President & CEO, C.D. Moody Construction
John Skedgell, Vice President, Human Resources, Georgia-Pacific
Tina Fernandez, Executive Director, Achieve Atlanta, will moderate discussion among the following panelists:
Eric Cuevas, Senior Director, Student Success Programs, Georgia State University
Greg Dozier, Commissioner, Technical College System of Georgia
Noris Price, Superintendent, Baldwin County Schools
Register Now to Reserve Your Seat!
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Thank you for all your support, and we look forward to having you in attendance!
Dr. Steve Dolinger