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Hamilton Forum Counterpoint Webinar with Eva Moskowitz, Success Academy Charter Schools.
Eva Moskowitz is founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, which form the fastest-growing, highest-performing network of public charter schools in the country, with 47 schools and 20,000 students. She was previously chair of the New York City Council’s Education Committee. Before running for office, she was a history professor and civics teacher at Prep for Prep, a program for academically gifted students from minority backgrounds. Her memoir, The Education of Eva Moskowitz, was published in 2017 by Harper. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, she earned a Ph.D. in American history from Johns Hopkins University.

Ronald Ferguson, Harvard Kennedy School
Ronald F. Ferguson is Director of Harvard’s Achievement Gap Initiative and teaches at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. As The New York Times put it, “There is no one in America who knows more about the gap than Ronald Ferguson.” An economist, Ferguson has been on the faculty at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government since 1983, following appointments at Brandeis and Brown Universities. In 2014, he co-founded Tripod Education Partners. His books include Urban Problems and Community Development and Toward Excellence with Equity: An Emerging Vision for Closing the Achievement Gap. A Cornell graduate, he holds a Ph.D. in economics from MIT.

Zoom link available at go.middlebury.edu/AHF

No pre-registration required. Open to all.

Sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Forum and Department of Political Science (upon request of K. Callanan)

 

Sponsored by:
Political Science

Contact Organizer

Callanan, Keegan
kcallanan@middlebury.edu
443-5374