University of Missouri and state leaders to discuss P-20 issues impacting Missouri students
July 26, 2012
WHAT: The University of Missouri Partnership for Educational Renewal (MPER) will host a regular governing board meeting to discuss issues impacting Missouri students. MPER is the largest school partnership in the nation and includes morethan 330 designated schools in 22 districts across the state.
WHY: Superintendents from MPER partner schools will host a roundtable discussion with legislators addressing educational issues that include mathematics common core standards and changes in teacher development programs.
WHEN: Saturday, July 28, 9:45 a.m. until 2 p.m.
WHERE: Columns C, Donald W. Reynolds Alumni Center, University of Missouri Campus
WHO: MPER Partners: Blue Springs, Centralia, Chillicothe, Columbia, DESE, Hallsville, Hannibal, Hazelwood, Independence, Jefferson City, Jennings, Kansas City, Lee’s Summit, Lindbergh, Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Mexico,
Moberly Area Community College, Moberly, MU College of Arts and Science, MU College of Education, New Franklin, Parkway, Pilot Grove, Sedalia, Southern Boone County, St. Louis City, State Fair Community College.
For more information on MPER, visit education.missouri.edu/orgs/mper