By Laura Perdew
Fullerton Chamber of Commerce has assembled a panel of local educators to join in conversation focused on trends in education affecting employers today and in the future. The Education Summit will take place on Friday, June 26 at 7:30 a.m. at the Fullerton Marriott located at 2701 E. Nutwood Ave. on the campus of Cal State Fullerton.
How are budget cuts impacting educational outcomes? What are local schools doing to remain competitive in a global environment? Can our schools continue to produce job ready employees? What is the role of Common Core in developing tomorrow’s workforce? Will changes in education delay college graduations? Learn about these questions and more at this informative summit.
Claire C. Cavallaro, dean College of Education at CSU Fullerton; Rajen Vurdien, president of Fullerton College; George Giokaris, superintendent of Fullerton Joint Union High School District; and Robert Pletka, superintendent of Fullerton School District will discuss trends in education in Fullerton and the state, which has implications for every employer. The panel will be moderated by Sarah Hill, assistant professor of political science at CSU Fullerton.
Admission is $35 for Chamber members and $50 for non-members. Breakfast is included.
Registration required by Thursday, June 19, can be made at …read more
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce