8:30 a.m. Welcome and Overview, Jason E. Glass, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education [Timestamp: 0:00:32] National Anthem, D’Corey Johnson, Bates Elementary, Jefferson County Public Schools [Timestamp: 0:00:54]
8:40 a.m. State of Education, Gov. Andy Beshear [Timestamp: 0:17:56]
9 a.m. Keynote: Education for the Innovation Era [Timestamp: 00:43:10, introductions] Tony Wagner, Senior Research Fellow at the Learning Policy Institute [Timestamp: 0:45:50] Moderator: Lu Young, Chair, Kentucky Board of Education [Timestamp: 0:45:10]
9:45 a.m. Keynote: Beyond KERA – What Will Kentucky’s Next Chapter Be? [Timestamp: 1:32:00, introductions] Sen. David Givens, R-Greensburg, President Pro Tempore, Kentucky General Assembly [Timestamp: 1:36:49] Rep. David Meade, R-Stanford, Speaker Pro Tempore, Kentucky General Assembly [Timestamp: 1:36:49] Moderator: Aaron Thompson, President, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education [Timestamp: 1:32:00, introductions 1:34:17]
10:45 a.m. Reaction Panel: Education for the Innovation Era and Beyond KERA – What Will Kentucky’s Next Chapter Be? [Timestamp: 2:12:15, introductions] Brigitte Blom, Executive Director, The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence [Timestamp: 2:18:53] Allison Martin, Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship and Digital Communications, GE Appliances [Timestamp: 2:16:20] Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, Kentucky General Assembly [Timestamp: 2:21:24] Laura Peavley, 2021 Kentucky Middle School Teacher of the Year (Jefferson County Public Schools) [Timestamp: 2:14:58] Moderator: Ashli Watts, President and CEO, Kentucky Chamber [Timestamp: 2:13:29]
1:15 p.m. Keynote: Achieving Our Aspirations: Emerging Policy and Practice [Timestamp: 2:53:49, introductions] Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education [Timestamp: 2:58:55] Moderator: Gene Wilhoit, Founder, Center for Innovation in Education, former Kentucky Commissioner of Education [Timestamp: 2:56:09]
2 p.m. Reaction Panel: Achieving Our Aspirations: Emerging Policy and Practice [Timestamp: 3:39:15, introductions] Justin Bathon, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Educational Leadership Studies at the University of Kentucky [Timestamp: 3:43:57] Rep. Tina Bojanowski, D-Louisville, Kentucky General Assembly [Timestamp: 3:46:47] Willie Edward Taylor Carver Jr., 2022 Kentucky Teacher of the Year (Montgomery County Schools) [Timestamp: 3:42:56] Carmen Coleman, Chief Academic Officer, Jefferson County Public Schools [Timestamp: 3:45:30] Moderator: Byron Darnall, Associate Commissioner, Office of Educator Licensure and Effectiveness, Kentucky Department of Education [Timestamp: 3:40:31]
3 p.m. Keynote: Student Mental Health: Conversations and Solutions with Kentucky Students [Timestamp: 4:24:10, introductions] Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman [Timestamp: 4:25:31] Members of the Kentucky Department of Education Commissioner’s Student Advisory Council [Timestamp: 4:38:52]
4 p.m. Keynote: A Search for Common Ground [Timestamp: 5:23:30, introductions] Frederick M. Hess, Director of Education Policy Studies, American Enterprise Institute [Timestamp: 5:28:21] Pedro A. Noguera, Dean, University of Southern California Rossier School of Education [Timestamp: 5:28:21] Moderator: Sharon Porter Robinson, Vice-Chair, Kentucky Board of Education [Timestamp: 5:26:25]
5 p.m. Day 1 Recap, Jason E. Glass, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education [Timestamp: 6:24:13]
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