“Urban Education Reform:
A New Vision for Connecticut Schools”
Tuesday, October 2 at 7:30 p.m.
Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts,
This event is free and open to the public
The lecture is part of the University’s two-year focus on cities and is sponsored by Fairfield’s Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions (GSEAP).
Pryor’s talk will center on Connecticut’s education reform law, which is designed to transform both teaching and learning and eliminate the state’s highest-in-the-nation achievement gap.
“We are delighted to be hosting this event at Fairfield,” said Susan Franzosa, Ph.D., dean, GSEAP. “Commissioner Pryor is in the forefront of the education reform movement in Connecticut and our students and faculty want to be a part of that movement. We need an inclusive conversation about how we can contribute to the positive transitions in education that are taking place within the state. The commissioner’s presentation will help initiate that conversation.”
A former deputy mayor for economic development in Newark, N.J., Pryor co-founded New Haven’s Amistad Academy, a high-performing charter school. His talk will outline the “Connecticut Way” for education reform.
This talk is part of Fairfield’s two-year focus on “Cities.”
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