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Four largest Illinois Education Associations to unveil education policy brief called Vision 20/20, Tues. Nov. 18

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Four largest Illinois Education Associations to unveil education policy brief called Vision 20/20, Tues. Nov. 18

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The media is encouraged to attend:

M E D I A   A D V I S O R Y

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                    

Contact:  Rosemaria DiBenedetto

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Website: http://illinoisvision2020.org

Vision 20/20 Media Briefing and Rollout

 

Who:                        Brent Clark, Ph.D., Executive Director - Illinois Association of School Administrators 

                                    Jason Leahy, Executive Director - Illinois Principals Association 

                                    Michael A. Jacoby, Ed.D., Executive Director - Illinois Association of School 

Business Officials 

Patricia Dal Santo, President - Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools 

Roger L. Eddy, Executive Director - Illinois Association of School Boards 

Creg Williams, Ed.D., President - Superintendents’ Commission for the Study of Demographics and Diversity

 

When:                     Tuesday, November 18, 2014

8:30 to 9:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast - 9:00 a.m. Presentation 

 

Where:                    Hyatt Regency Chicago – East Tower Plaza Ballroom Green Level 

151 East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601 (See Attached Map)

 

What:                       The four largest education associations in Illinois and the regional offices of education (ROE’s) in the state will

unveil an education policy brief entitled Vision 20/20 to members of the media and then the public.

                               

Background:          Vision 20/20’s policy platform reflects educators from across the state and is representative of opinions from the southern 

tip of Illinois through the northern Chicago suburbs. Although the City of Chicago operates under a separate school code

they face many similar challenges. This vision is the result of input from over 3,000 key stakeholders, discussions 

with field experts, and a review of current literature on best practices.

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