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Education Secretary Duncan To Address National Alliance Of Black School Educators


To discuss education reform and teacher equity
        U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will discuss the department’s agenda to ensure an equitable distribution of teachers with educators from across the country at the 37th Annual Conference of the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) on Nov. 19 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
        More than 1,000 educators are expected to attend the event, which runs from Nov. 18-22.
Founded in 1970, the NABSE is devoted to furthering the academic success for the nation's children, particularly children of African descent.  The theme of this year’s conference is “Education is a Civil Right:  Today’s Needs, Today’s Solutions, Tomorrow’s Promise.”  Conference features include best-practice workshops, a Youth Symposium, and a Parents Empowerment Summit.
WHO:            U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
WHAT:   Remarks and Q&A at the 37th Annual Conference of the National Alliance of Black School Educators
WHEN:           2:15 p.m. EST Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009 
WHERE:  100 South Capitol Avenue
Indiana Convention Center (Sagamore Ballroom)
                Indianapolis, Ind.
 U.S. Department of Education
Office of Communications & Outreach, Press Office
400 Maryland Ave., S.W.
Washington, D.C.  20202
Contact: David Thomas(202) 401-1576


STORY TAGS: education, secretary, duncan, national, alliance, black, school, educators, teachers, academics, african, american, scholarship, academia, nabse


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