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K-12 MATH EDUCATION FORUM
April 24, 2008, 5:30pm - 7:30pm, Port Discovery

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Left to right: Alfred R. Berkeley III (Pipeline Trading Systems), Alison Perkins-Cohen (Baltimore Curriculum Project), Muriel Berkeley, Ph.D. (Baltimore Curriculum Project), Craig R. Barrett, Ph.D. (Intel Corporation), Joe Turnage (Constellation Energy), W. Stephen Wilson, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins University), William H. Schmidt, Ph.D., (Michigan State University), R. James Milgram, Ph.D. (Stanford University),.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the Forum

The K-12 Math Education Forum explored how the U.S. fails to prepare our children for college and the global economy. Speakers included Stanford University Math Professor Dr. R. James Milgram, Michigan State University Distinguished Professor Dr. William H. Schmidt, Johns Hopkins University Math Professor Dr. W. Stephen Wilson, Intel Corporation Chairman Dr. Craig R. Barrett, and Constellation Generation Group Senior Vice President Joe Turnage. Pipeline Trading Systems Chairman Alfred R. Berkeley III moderated the forum.

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ABOUT LEADING MINDS

The Baltimore Curriculum Project’s Leading Minds series invites national education leaders to engage local stakeholders in a discussion of controversial topics that have direct relevance to improving K-12 education. These national experts will bring innovative ideas and shed light on issues that have received inadequate attention to date.

Through this initiative we will spark a more expansive policy dialogue among business, education, government, and nonprofit leaders – influencing policy to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all students. Leading Minds will broaden the education community’s knowledge of current policy issues and strengthen its commitment to making our schools more effective.