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AAUW EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
2000 Forum on Educational Equity
July 25, 2000
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation
will sponsor the second annual Forum on Educational Equity on July 25,
Developed in conjunction with the Foundation's annual Eleanor Roosevelt
Teacher Institute in Washington, D.C., this forum for teachers, counselors,
administrators, and other school personnel features the latest research and
best practices in gender equitable education. For a registration form,
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Blenda Wilson,president and CEO of the Nellie Mae
Foundation, one of the largest charitable organizations in New England
improving K-12 education
Panel discussion: "Educational Horizons 2010: The Importance of Educational
Equity in the Changing Landscape of Public Education," including leaders
such as Dr. Daniel A.
Domenech, superintendent, Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, Virginia
Research: Learn about the AAUW Educational Foundation's latest report, Tech
Savvy: Educating Girls in the New Computer Age
Presentations: Meet former Eleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellows who have
transformed lives through their successful projects
Project Gallery: View 2000-2001 Eleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellows' projects
Network: Speak with outstanding educators from around the country and learn
about the Eleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellowship program and the AAUW
Educational Foundation's funding opportunities
A registration fee of $120, or $100 per person for teams of four or more,
covers all sessions, a luncheon, and a copy of Tech-Savvy: Educating Girls
in the New Computer Age. Receive a 10 percent discount for registration by
June 1, 2000. Space is limited. Continuing education credit may be
available for eligible participants.
Date: July 25, 2000
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Place: Wyndham Washington Hotel
1400 M St., N.W.
Questions: Call 202/728-7609, or e-mail ERTF@aauw.org
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