Here's a lecture at the Clinton School educators and those who care about education won't want to miss: "What We Must Do for Our Students and Public Schools” by Barnett Berry, who is founder and CEO of the North Carolina-based Center for Teaching Qaulity.
The lecture will be at 6 p.m. next Thursday, Nov. 8, in the Great Hall of the Clinton Center. It's sponsored both by the Clinton School and the Arkansas Education Association.
Berry, who earned his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is a former high school teacher who also worked as a social scientist with the RAND Corporation.
His new book, “Teaching 2030,” has receieved rave reviews from respected leaders in education, including Linda Darling-Hammond, who said, "Teaching 2030 is a brilliant look at the future of teaching in
America from the perspective of those who know most about what it is and
should be. Everyone who cares about teaching and learning should read
Or go hear him speak.