"Efficiency in Spending School Tax Dollars" subject of PRIOR conference, Feb. 6
Audience:Open to the Public, Registration Required
The Woodrow Wilson School's Policy Research Institute for the Region will co-host the conference "The 'E' in Thorough and Efficient: How Can We Insure Efficiency in Spending School Tax Dollars," on Friday, February 6, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Robertson Hall, on the Princeton University campus.
The event, co-sponsored with the New Jersey School Boards Association, will convene legislators, scholars and education officials who will participate in panel discussions that focus on the practicality and feasibility of consolidating school districts; the relationship between efficiency measures and school formulae; and accountability and performance.
Richard Keevey, Director of the Policy Research Institute and Michael Vrancik, Director of Government Relations at the New Jersey School Board Association, will deliver the opening remarks.
Hugh Price, the Weinberg/Sachs Visiting Professor at the Woodrow Wilson School and former head of the National Urban League, will present the luncheon keynote address, “A Long Range View of Education Reform.”
To register please visit the Policy Research Institute for the Region’s website.