The Future of Education in California
Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) Research and Policy Conference
Friday, January 27, 2017
Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel
PACE’s inaugural conference is the premier event for policymakers, researchers, advocates and other leaders working to define and sustain a long-term strategy for comprehensive policy reform and continuous improvement of California’s education system.
Our 2017 full-day conference will engage with three key education policy issues: school funding adequacy, teacher policies and cross-system-alignment. Registered participants will learn about the key policy debates and research based best-practices through conference plenaries and workshops. Follow us on twitter @edpolicyinca and #PACE2017 to learn about our confirmed panelist and speakers.
For questions about the conference, please contact Dr. Daisy Gonzales, PACE Associate Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Introductory Remarks by David Plank
Michael Kirst on Accomplishments and Unfinished Business
Funding Adequacy for California’s Schools
Susanna Loeb, Vernon Billy, Bill Koski, Ana Matosantos, Rick Simpson
Quality Teachers for All Students
Julie Marsh, Cory Koedel, Katharine Strunk, Shannan Brown, Joan Bissell, Mary Vixie Sandy
Christopher Edley on Race, Equity and the Continuous Improvement of our Education System
Mike Petrilli on A New Regime in Washington: What Does It Mean for California’s Education System?
Promising Practices in School District Budgeting Under LCFF
David Plank, Joe McKown, Arun Ramanathan, Stefanie Phillips, Myong Leigh
Improving College Access and Success: What Do We Know About Students, What Do We Know About Institutions? Research Evidence to Inform Policy Discussions
Michal Kurlaender, Cecilia Rios-Aguilar, Kimberly Rodriguez, Monica Henestroza, Christian Osmeña, Joel Vargas