Wendy Puriefoy, William Howell, Jere Hochman and Michael Morris, "Should 'No Child' be Left Behind?," January 27, 2007

Public Education Colloquium
Wendy Puriefoy, William Howell, Jere Hochman and Michael Morris speak in the Cole Assembly Room at Amherst College on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2007.

A panel of national school-reform advocates and Amherst school teachers and administrators discussed “Should No Child be Left Behind?” at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 27, in the Cole Assembly Room in Converse Hall at Amherst College. The panel featured Wendy Puriefoy, founding president of the Public Education Network; public policy theorist William Howell of the University of Chicago; Jere Hochman, superintendent of the Amherst Regional Public Schools; and Michael Morris, a 2000 Amherst College graduate who now teaches 5th and 6th grade at Fort River School in Amherst. This panel on public education was part of a new program of Interterm Colloquia at Amherst College.

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