Developing Education: How K-12, Universities Can Drive Job and Wage Growth

Valley Partnership has announced the topic for the May 20 breakfast. This month’s program will discuss how education is one of the key drivers of job and wage growth in Arizona and what is next after Prop. 123, whether it passes or not.
The panel will feature Jay Heiler, Board President, Arizona Charter School Association, Board President, Great Hearts Academies, Chair, Arizona Board of Regents; Eileen Klein, President, Arizona Board of Regents; and Janice Palmer, Vice President and Director of Policy, Helios Education Foundation.
Moderating the panel will be Jaime Molera, Co-Founder and Partner, Molera Alvarez and former Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Arizona State Board of Education President.
“For Arizona to continue its broad-based economic growth, we need to engage on what is next after Prop. 123 for K-12 education and our universities,” said Cheryl Lombard, CEO and President of Valley Partnership. “The May breakfast will explore and share why this is vital to the real estate development industry in Arizona.”
Registration begins at 7 a.m.; program begins at 7:45 a.m. To register, please visit www.valleypartnership.org and click on the “Monthly Breakfast” tab. For more information, please contact Carrie Martin at 602.909.3199 or cmartin@valleypartnership.org.

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