On April 27, please join Marquette University Law School’s Lubar Center for Public Policy Research and Civic Education and the Marquette University College of Education for a virtual program in an occasional series exploring the challenges and opportunities within K-12 education.
Pedro Noguera and Frederick Hess, two of the best-known commentators on the American education landscape, have different views on many issues. One thing they agree on is that this is a good time for level-headed and serious discussion. Join us as they talk about their new book, “A Search for Common Ground: Conversations About the Toughest Questions in K–12 Education,” with Alan J. Borsuk, Marquette Law School’s senior fellow in law and public policy.
Hess is director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute and is generally regarded as on the conservative side of issues. Noguera is dean of the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California and is generally considered on the liberal side of issues.
The program will be posted at 12:15 p.m., April 27, 2021, via the “Watch Now” button above.
The event supports Marquette Law School’s efforts to serve as the region’s leading venue for civil discourse about law and public policy matters and the Marquette College of Education’s focus on lifelong learning and an appreciation for research and professional growth.
We miss seeing everyone and look forward to welcoming you back to the Lubar Center in Eckstein Hall for in-person events when it is possible. Until then, we plan to produce online programming to help keep important discussions moving forward in our community.