National School Choice Week Celebration

January 22, 2019
1 Sierra Gate Plaza, Roseville, CA, USA
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John Adams Academy and Pacific Research Institute
invite you to a National School Choice Week Celebration

With special guest speaker
Lance Izumi

Koret Senior Fellow in Education Studies
Senior Director of PRI’s Center for Education

Speaking on his new book
Choosing Diversity: How Charter Schools Promote
Diverse Learning Models and Meet the Diverse
Needs of Parents and Children

Tuesday, January 22, 2019
6:00 PM Doors open
6:30 PM Program begins
7:30 PM Book signing and reception

John Adams Academy  |  Liberty Hall
One Sierra Gate Plaza

Featuring a screening of the new PRI charter school documentary,
“Welcome to Change”
and a panel discussion
on school choice and charter schools with

Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
Dr. Dean Forman, Founder, John Adams Academy
Dr. Nathan Herzog, Dean, School of Education, William Jessup University

Moderated by AM 1380 The Answer host Phil Cowan

Free and open to the public
For more information, contact Tim Anaya at [email protected] or 916-389-9774

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