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1. Business SpeakersDr. Craig R. Barrett ,Chairman Intel Corporation
Alfred R. Berkeley III (Moderator) Chairman, Pipeline Trading Systems, LLC
Joe Turnage Senior VP, Constellation Generation Group
Leading Minds K-12 Math Education Forum in Baltimore April 24, 2008.
 
11-9-22 BCP Leading Minds 2011How does poverty impact education? How can schools mitigate this impact? Where do we go from here? In this era of high-stakes testing and blaming teachers for school failure, the detrimental effect of poverty on academic achievement has been largely ignored by many educational leaders. we explore this issue with Peter C. Murrell, Jr., Ph.D. (Professor of Urban Education, Loyola University Maryland School of Education); Jane Quinn (Vice President and Director of National Center for Community Schools, Children's Aid Society); and Heather B. Weiss, Ph.D. (Founder and Director of the Harvard Family Research Project). Marc Steiner, host of The Marc Steiner Show on WEAA 88.9 FM, moderates the discussion.
 
11-9-22 BCP Leading Minds 2011 Q & AIn this segment of the Leading Minds 2011 event, radio personality Marc Steiner moderates as attendees ask questions of the panel.
 
2. Why U.S. students are falling behindDr. William H. Schmidt of Michigan State University
Leading Minds K-12 Math Education Forum, April 24, 2008 in Baltimore.
 
3. It's a New World Out ThereDr. R. James Milgram, Professor of Math at Stanford University
Leading Minds' K-12 Math Education Forum in Baltimore April 24, 2008.
 
4. Math Education in MarylandDr. W. Stephen Wilson, Professor of Math at Johns Hopkins
Leading Minds K-12 Math Forum in Baltirmore April 24, 2008.
 
5. Questions and AnswersDrs. Schmidt, Milgram and Wilson take questions from the attendees
Leading Minds K-12 Math Forum in Baltimore April 24th.
 
BCP-Leading Minds 2011-Group Brainstorming ResultsWhat is the impact of poverty on education? In past forums attendees have often asked “what can I do about this issue.” In response, we asked breakout groups made up of forum attendees a set of 3 questions which are inteded to help them: (1) educate themselves about the issue; (2) be engaged; and (3) get into the community to see the impact of poverty on education. We then asked them to report the results of their breakout sessions.
 
Leading Minds High-Stakes Testing Forum 9/17/09 Pt1The Baltimore Curriculum Project's Leading Minds Forum, held September 17th, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland. This year's topic: High-Stakes Testing - Are We Misleading the Public? The emphasis placed on testing is higher than ever. Scores are rising, but at what cost? Are our children being shortchanged? Part 1 features Dr. Daniel Koretz of Harvard University & Dr. Brian Jacob of the University of Michigan
 
Leading Minds High-Stakes Testing Forum 9/17/09 Pt2The Baltimore Curriculum Project's Leading Minds Forum, held September 17th, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland. This year's topic: High-Stakes Testing - Are We Misleading the Public? The emphasis placed on testing is higher than ever. Scores are rising, but at what cost? Are our children being shortchanged? Part 2 features Dr. Dr. Rebecca Jacobsen of Michigan State University.
 
The Purpose of Public Education Sept 30, 2010Another in a series of events designed to engage local stakeholders in public education in discussions of conroversial topcis that relate directly to reforming K-12 education, this panel goes back to basics to consider fundamental questions not addressed in the recent focus on high-stakes testing. What are the U.S.' goals for public education? What do we want our children to learn? How can public schools prepare our children to participate responsibly in democracy?