Throughout the last six years, states across the country have made significant progress adopting and implementing key college- and career-ready reforms designed to prepare students for success after high school in postsecondary education and the workforce. During this plenary session, we will hear from several leading national voices about what they see on the horizon in states pursuing a college- and career-ready agenda and how ADP state leaders take the next steps towards helping all students be ready for college and careers.
Michael Casserly, Executive Director, Council of the Great City Schools
Kaya Henderson, Chancellor, District of Columbia Public Schools
Stan Jones, Executive Director, Complete College America
Richard Kazis, Senior Vice President, Jobs for the Future
Lillian Lowery, Secretary of Education, State of Delaware
Moderator: Michael Cohen, President, Achieve
This plenary session was part of the annual American Diploma Project (ADP) Network Leadership Team Meeting which took place September 7-8, 2011 in Alexandria, Virginia. The goal of the annual meeting was to give states a significant opportunity to address key challenges and opportunities associated with advancing and sustaining the college- and career-ready policy agenda. More... achieve.org/adp-network-2011-leadership-team-meeting