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Education Crisis town forum on April 20th 7pm on HoustonPBS

Education Crisis town forum on April 20th 7pm on HoustonPBS

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I would love to hear your comments ideas, concerns before we tape this show. TUNE IN on April 20! HOUSTON PBS Ch. 8 “Houston Have Your Say” Live TV discussion on The Education Crisis Date: April 20, 2010: 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. Are we preparing our kids to become our future workforce? Be sure to tune in and call 713-743-8513 OR SEND AN E-MAIL TO HAVEYOURSAY@HOUSTONPBS.ORG We’ll discuss Houston's challenges and solutions for public K-12 education and would love to hear from you. Houston Have Your Say is your chance to participate in a dialogue on the Crisis in our Public Educational System. Houston Have Your Say is a partnership of Houston PBS, the Center for Houston’s Future, Houston Community Newspapers, and KUHF Radio. • Houston Have Your Say is a series of live, sixty-minute Town Hall-style broadcasts on issues critical to the region's future. You are invited to call in with questions and comments about the topic of the show. Some Confirmed Guests: Gayle Fallon, Houston Federation of Teachers, Former Education Secretary Rod Paige, Lori Vetters Greater Houston Partnership former Education Chair, Linda McNeil Rice University, Paula Harris, HISD Board, Mary Spangler HCC Chancellor, Tina Reyes University of Houston, State Reps. Rob Eissler and Scott Hochberg, Ann Stiles Project Grad, Michael Holthouse Prepared 4 Life, Carol Shattuck Collaborative for Children, Chris Barbic YES Pep., Richard Farias Tejano Center, Martha Salazar Zamora EdD HISD Ass. Superintendent, and many more. Discussion Moderator: Patricia Gras, Emmy-award winning Senior Producer and Host of Houston Have Your Say: HoustonPBS

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