On Sunday, June 5, NBC News held a Teacher Town Hall for Philadelphia educators to brainstorm ideas, talk about what works in the classroom, and highlight the challenges of today’s education system.
The event was moderated by NBC News’ Ann Curry with NBC 10 News’ Aditi Roy. Viewers in the Philadelphia area were able to watch the event live on NBC’s Philadelphia Nonstop channel, and we also streamed the program live here at EducationNation.com.
Watch the town hall here!
In a moderated discussion with NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell, NBC 10’s Lori Wilson and Telemundo Philadelphia’s Fernando Mendez, Philadelphia leaders talked about the needs of a 21st Century workforce and how best prepare our students for the jobs of the future.
Watch the discussion here!
The Education Nation Experience was a public exhibition designed to inform and engage visitors on the current state of education in America, including our global competitiveness in K-12 education, post-secondary education, and workforce readiness.
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