The Educated City

Sustaining the growth and opportunities that make Dallas a vibrant place to live requires a strong public education system – a system that authentically engages parents and local citizens, creates innovative development opportunities for teachers and administrators, and utilizes data in ways that create real and useful information for schools.

The George W. Bush Presidential Center, the Dallas Festival of Ideas and the Dallas Morning News explored these critical issues during a panel discussion on January 24th, highlighted by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, local leaders and policymakers and our own Regina Nippert, executive director of The Budd Center. Speakers addressed topics including progress in Dallas education, deeply rooted historical challenges in low-income communities, and the gap between visionary policy making and on-the-ground realities for teachers, parents and students.

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