Baroque Music from France and Germany: A concert of works for voice, strings, and harpsichord, including Handel's "Armida," a concerto by C.P.E. Bach, and a Coffee Cantata by Bernier, with Sylvia Maisonet, soprano and directed by David Schulenberg. Campus Hall Performance Center.
Reinventing America's Schools, Lecture & Book Signing by David Osborne.
David Osborne is a former advisor to the Clinton-Gore Administration and the author or co-author of five books, including Reinventing Government, Banishing Bureaucracy, The Reinventor’s Fieldbook, The Price of Government, and his latest work, Reinventing America's Schools. He has also authored numerous articles for the Washington Post, the Atlantic, the New York Times Magazine, Harpers, The New Republic, Inc., Governing, Education Week, and other publications.
David directs a project on Reinventing America’s Schools, supported by the Walton Family Foundation and the Broad Foundation. From 1994 through 2014, David was a senior partner of The Public Strategies Group, a consulting firm that helped public organizations improve their performance. In 1993, he served as a senior advisor to Vice President Gore, to help run what the Vice President often called his “reinventing government task force,” the National Performance Review. He was the chief author of the NPR report, which laid out the Clinton Administration’s reinvention agenda, called by Time “the most readable federal document in memory.”
Workshop for Student Teachers to develop their edTPA certification submissions.