The Center for Education Reform 25th Silver Anniversary Summit
Florida Charter School Pioneers, Jonathan Hage (Charter Schools USA) and Fernando Zulueta (Academica), to be recognized at the Summit
Press Release from the Center for Education Reform – Sept. 11, 2018 — Don’t miss The Center for Education Reform’s (CER) 25th Anniversary and the premiere event of the year for anyone in education – with unbeatable opportunities to network and connect with others in your field and professionals in the business, finance, technology and government sectors. This is your chance to establish new ideas, collaborate on important work and develop next-level solutions for tomorrow’s challenges with the EdReform community and leaders in Higher-Ed, as well as Ed-Tech entrepreneurs from across the country and throughout the globe.
Meet us where the States give way to Latin America: the Florida Keys, for a globally hot Summit at the 5-star Mandarin Oriental at Brickell Key in Miami, FL.
Representing the Higher-Ed community and some of the best the nation can offer in the way of colleges and universities are leaders including Strayer Education President & CEO Brian Jones, as well as Kaplan, Inc. Chairman & CEO Andy Rosen, who along with their expertise bring more than 25 combined years of experience in the field themselves, as well as the leadership team from Arizona State University. K-12 education leaders in attendance include National Heritage Academies founder J.C. Huizenga, Charter Schools USA President and CEO, and CER Chair Jon Hage, ACADEMICA CEO Fernando Zulueta, to name just a few.
Among the policymakers and leaders in government the event will feature are Governor Tommy Thompson, Honorary Chair of the event Governor Jeb Bush and Education Secretary Rod Paige.
Leaders in business, finance and talent will be present; CER welcomes guests including GSV’s Deborah Quazzo and founder Michael Moe, edX CEO Anant Agarwal and University Ventures’ Daniel Pianko.
CER’s 25th will see the EdReform community out en masse, with pioneering members of the movement like Institute for the Transformation of Learning at Marquette University Director Howard Fuller and Arizona Chamber Foundation CEO Lisa Graham Keegan both joining the Summit and receiving awards at the Gala.
Visit edreform.com for the full list of attendees, honorees and speakers, and stay tuned for further information about the event. Rooms are filling up fast—book yours today. Register by September 25.