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For Ohio Teachers: Fw: Bioghaphical Data/ Theodore Hershberg/ Katie Haycock Event

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Lawrence A. Parker/OCCTI (occti)
Wed, 10 Nov 1999 14:40:43 -0500


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Theodore Hershberg, Ph.D. is Professor of Public Policy and History, as =
well as Director and founder of the Center for Greater Philadelphia at =
the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught since 1967. The =
Center serves as a neutral third- party convener and provides objective =
analysis and jargon- free reports on key public policy issues. The =
Center's mission is to promote regional cooperation among governments =
and the private sector in metropolitan Philadelphia. School improvement =
and the role of academic standards in improving student performance has =
been a part of The Center's focus.=20
Since 1981, Prof. Hershberg has pursued applied public policy with a =
focus on contemporary cities and regions. He served as Assistant to the =
Mayor (Philadelphia) for Strategic Planning and Policy Development =
during a leave from University of Pennsylvania (1984-85). Some of the =
many reports he has authored are: economic development; labor force and =
education; relationships between the city and suburban economies.=20
Dr. Hershberg and Kati Haycock from The Education Trust will be doing a =
presentation about the role of academic standards in improving student =
achievement in Akron, Ohio on Friday, December 3, 1999 at the Akron City =
Club from 11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. For more information, please call =
Eileen Russell at 330 535-8833 or email eileen=20

Katie Haycock=20
Katie Haycock is among the nation's most respected school reform =
advocates. She is the former executive president of the Children's =
Defense Fund and the founder of The Achievement Council, an independent =
statewide organization in California that helps low-performing schools =
with largely poor and minority populations increase student achievement. =
Earlier in her career, she was Director of Relations with Schools and =
Educational Opportunity programs for the nine-campus University of =
California system.=20

As director of The Education Trust, Ms. Haycock travels the country =
supporting school districts and communities interested in improving =
student achievement for all students, particularly those that are in =
urban school systems, minority and/or economically disadvantaged. She =
is widely regarded as a provocative and dynamic speaker.=20
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Theodore Hershberg, Ph.D. is Professor of = Public=20 Policy and History, as well as Director and founder of the Center for = Greater=20 Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught = since=20 1967.  The Center serves as a neutral third- party convener and = provides=20 objective analysis and jargon- free reports on key public policy = issues. =20 The Center's mission is to promote regional cooperation among = governments and=20 the private sector in metropolitan Philadelphia.  School = improvement and=20 the role of academic standards in improving student performance has been = a part=20 of The Center's focus.=20

Since 1981, Prof. Hershberg has pursued applied public policy with a = focus on=20 contemporary cities and regions.  He served as Assistant to the = Mayor=20 (Philadelphia) for Strategic Planning and Policy Development during a = leave from=20 University of Pennsylvania (1984-85).  Some of the many reports he = has=20 authored are: economic development; labor force and education; = relationships=20 between the city and suburban economies.
Dr. Hershberg and = Kati=20 Haycock from The Education Trust will be doing a presentation about the = role of=20 academic standards in improving student achievement in Akron, Ohio on = Friday,=20 December 3, 1999 at the Akron City Club from 11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m.  = For=20 more information, please call Eileen Russell at 330 535-8833 or email eileen=20

Katie Haycock
Katie Haycock is among the nation's most = respected=20 school reform advocates.  She is the former executive president of = the=20 Children's Defense Fund and the founder of The Achievement Council, an=20 independent statewide organization in California that helps = low-performing=20 schools with largely poor and minority populations increase student=20 achievement.  Earlier in her career, she was Director of Relations = with=20 Schools and Educational Opportunity programs for the nine-campus = University of=20 California system.=20

As director of The Education Trust, Ms. Haycock  travels the = country=20 supporting school districts and communities interested in improving = student=20 achievement for all students, particularly those that are in urban = school=20 systems, minority and/or economically disadvantaged.  She is widely = regarded as a provocative and dynamic speaker.
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