Topic: Competency Based Learning
Bio: President of Southern New Hampshire University
Paul LeBlanc QA
Topic: Microschooling: How Families will work Together to Educate their Children
Bio: Head of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas
Jay Greene and Linda Darling-Hammond QA
3:26 pm Linda Darling-Hammond
Topic: Race, Equity and Education
Bio: Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. She also founded and is the CEO of the Learning Policy Institute. She is currently the President of California’s State Board of Education.
Linda Darling-Hammond QA
Policing and Criminal Justice
David Alan Sklansky
Topic: Why is it so Hard to Prosecute Bad Cops?
Bio: Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and Co-Director of Stanford Criminal Justice Center
David Alan Sklansky QA
David Sklansky, Linda Darling-Hammond, and Paul LeBlanc QA
Topic: Race and Criminal Justice in Federal Court
Bio: Federal District Judge in the Northern District of Illinois
Gary Feinerman Q&A
Topic: Race Discrimination and Police Brutality
Bio: Craig B. Futterman is a Clinical Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School and a Resident Dean in the College. He founded and has served as the Director of the Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project of the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic since 2000.
Craig Futterman, David Alan Sklansky, and Gary Feinerman QA
3:50 pm Questions for Speakers