Gifted students are our future engineers, inventors, entrepreneurs, and job creators; as such, we will depend on them to keep our state competitive with the rest of the country--and the world. Despite this, the majority of these students aren't receiving the education they need in order to reach their full potential. Learn more about the state of gifted education in Ohio and how to improve it at Educating Our Brightest: Improving Gifted Education to Boost Ohio’s Prosperity and Success.
The Thomas B. Fordham Institute and the Ohio Associated for Gifted Children are partnering to host an exciting discussion about gifted education and its impact on Ohio’s prosperity.
The event will feature a presentation from Fordham’s President Chester E. Finn, Jr. as well as a panel discussion moderated by the Columbus Dispatch’s Jennifer Smith Richards. The panelists will include:
*Marty Bowe, superintendent of Perry Local School District (Stark County)
*The Honorable Bill Hayes, Ohio House of Representatives
*Carol Lockhart, principal of John Hay Early College High School (Cleveland Metropolitan School District)
*Ann Sheldon, Ohio Association for Gifted Children
Location: Columbus Museum of Art (MAP)
480 E. Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
March 20, 2013 at 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
The event is free and open to the public. Light breakfast will be served. To register for the event, click here....