No Struggle, No Progress An Argument for a Return to Black Schools

As racial separation in U.S. schools becomes more pronounced in many places and hate crimes against minorities increase in schools and communities, many education advocates and Black leaders say racial integration is the solution. Challenge your assumptions with this dynamic group of black education reform leaders who have worked to restore quality options for black and brown students.  Join civil rights and ed-reform advocate Howard Fuller to kick off this dynamic panel with leaders of successful urban schools. This session will start with a firestarter from GSV Lifetime Achievement Winner Howard Fuller followed by the panel.

Moderator: Jeanne Allen, Founder & CEO, The Center for Education Reform

Panelists/Participants: Candice Burns, Chief Communications Officer, Friendship Public Charter School; Howard Fuller, Director, Institute for the Transformation of Learning; Lloyd Knight, Principal, Thomas Carr Howe Community High School