The first 100 days of any new Presidential administration represents an anxious time for the country. Policies are set, developed, and evolve quickly.
The Trump administration's first 100 days are no different, and the stakes are incredibly high.
Join us on Tuesday, March 28, at 9 a.m. for a live webinar panel discussion by experts from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development.
They will share their views on the impact of the new administration on education policy.
Follow @VUPeabody on Twitter for live coverage of the event and submit real-time questions for our panelists using #PbdyFirst100. You can also submit your questions by emailing PbdyFirst100@vanderbilt.edu.
Angela Boatman, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Higher Education. “Are Americans, already wary of taking on debt for education, prepared for higher education under the new administration?”
Gary T. Henry, Patricia and Rodes Hart Professor of Public Policy and Education, “How likely will there be school system turn-arounds in the growing shadow of school choice?"
Matthew G. Springer, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Education, “Performance incentives for faculty. Do they work? Will they continue?”
Claire Smrekar, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education. “Cleveland, Mississippi; the last desegregation case – ever?”