Media Advisory: Blackboard Hosts 'Are America's Students Left Behind?' Forum
A Leading Provider of e-Learning Technology Unveils Education Leadership Series
WHAT: Blackboard's (NASDAQ: BBBB) first in a series of education
leadership forums on important issues impacting education. The
first forum is called, "Are America's Students Left Behind?"
WHY: The dynamics of a rapidly evolving global economy have left
America's students at a competitive disadvantage. Learn what
schools, government, parents and students can do to better prepare
the next generation for success in college and beyond.
WHO: Moderated by Adam Newman, Managing Vice President, Eduventures,
the panelists for the forum will be:
-- Ken Kay, President, Partnership for 21st Century Skills
-- Susan Patrick, President & CEO, North American Council for
-- Debra Sprague, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Graduate School of
Education, George Mason University
-- Don Knezek, CEO, International Society for Technology in
WHEN: Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Time: 8:30-10:30 AM (light breakfast provided)
WHERE: National Press Club - Zenger Room
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045
MEDIA CONTACT & RSVP:
SOURCE: Blackboard Inc.