Posted February 27th, 2012 by Alex with No Comments
Over the past couple of years, Matt Tully has helped spark serious discussions around education in our city. In his columns for the Indy Star, as well as his own blog posts, Matt has covered topics ranging from problems and inconsistencies in our local school districts to praise for local officials making the right steps for the kids of Indianapolis. And his series on Manual High School eventually resulted in a new book titled Searching for Hope: Life at a Failing School in the Heart of America.
On March 14th, you can join him in this conversation.
Presented by School on Wheels and BMO Harris Bank, Matt will be hosting an evening of drink specials, networking among the non-profit, education and young professional community, and discussion.
Whether you are a key-player in the conversation, or looking to hear what’s in store for Indianapolis, we hope you’ll join us. But hurry, reservations are going fast!
An Education Conversation with Matt Tully
The Ball & Biscuit Lounge
March 14, 2012
5:00 pm – Doors open; drink specials and networking
6:30 pm – Remarks by Matt Tully
6:50 pm – Q & A
7:00 pm – Drink specials and networking
8:00 pm – Event & drink specials end; Ball & Biscuit open to the public
Suggested $5 Donation
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