This Thursday, January 26, SRQ Magazine welcomes 56 students and faculty representing elementary, middle and high schools in Sarasota and Manatee to participate in the SB2 Breakfast Symposium on “GOOD LEARNING: Innovation in Education” at The Francis in Downtown Sarasota. SRQ Magazine will be underwriting participation from the Out-of-Door Academy, Visible Men Academy, NewGate School, The Community Day School and Sarasota County elementary, middle and high public schools.
“By engaging local end-users in a conversation about their experience in education, SB2 introduces a new dimension to already spirited discussion on the future of our classrooms,” says SRQ Media President/CEO Lisl Liang. “As the jobs of the future become less conventional, the need for co-creation and partnership in the development and impact of real-world education priorities is more important than ever. We’re thrilled to see the students and teachers at our local schools play an active role in this dialogue.”
Keynote speaker Mary Chance, President of the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations, will be joined in panel discussion by the President of Ringling College of Art and Design Dr. Larry Thompson, Executive Director of CareerEdge Mireya Eavey, President of the Education Foundation of Sarasota County Jennifer Vigne and moderator Executive Publisher of SRQ MEDIA Wes Roberts.
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SB2: Innovation in Education: Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 7:30-9am at The Francis 1289 N. Palm Avenue, Sarasota, Florida. Registration and breakfast opens at 7:30am; program beings at 7:45am. Tickets: $35/person. Contact Associate Producer Madeline Crotts, 941-365-7702 x221 or email@example.com.