Join Dr. Mike Robinson for a very special Parent Talk
Live Saturday, July 7th from 9am-11am.
Dr. Mike Robinson will discuss the future of Prince
George's County Public Schools. After the recent departures of Deputy
Superintendent Dr. Bonita Coleman Potter and Superintendent Dr. William R. Hite,
Jr. how will the educational landscape of our County change?
There are many questions:
What will be the impact on the educational
landscape in Prince George’s County given the shake-up of the system’s
Who will serve on an interim
What role will County Executive Rushern
Baker’s Education Commission consisting of some the best minds in the K-12,
post-secondary, policy development, research analysis and leadership in the
field of education both locally and nationally have in shaping the future of
education in the county?
How does the specter of a changing Board of
Education impact the search process?
What role will the community have in the
Whatever the answers, it is clear the educational
system in Prince George’s County is primed for some real
Join the discussion, our guest will included
You and many
Dr. Anna Bucy, a nationally recognized
expert in Board of Education Professional Development and a former member of her
local board of education.
Mrs. Zabrina Epps, current candidate
for the Prince George's County Board of Education District 1.
Mrs. Jennifer Harris, Political
Commentator and national Blogger.
Mr. Micah Watson current candidate for
the Prince George's County Board of Education District 4.
Ms Carletta Fellows current candidate
for the Prince George's County Board of Education District 7.
Special Parent Talk Live
Subject: The future of Prince
George's County Public Schools: What is the impact of the recent departures of
Deputy Superintendent Dr. Bonita Coleman Potter and Superintendent Dr. William
R. Hite, Jr.?
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