SF-Ethnic Media Education News Briefing and Training -Friday, Feb. 12

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 Most Recent Reports on Latino, Asian and African- American Student Achievement in California To Be Released
New America Media and The Education Trust-West invite ethnic media journalists to join us in San Francisco on February 12, 2010 to participate in an special education data training and intimate news briefing.

This event will include two parts:

PART 1: DATA TRAINING

• Learn how to find the most recent education data for your specific ethnicity and region
• Hands-on training given by data experts on finding and using online education research/data
• Develop your education story ideas and get help with stories in progress
• Obtain data on achievement, college readiness, and dropout rates among Asian, Latino, and African-American students


PART 2: NEWS BRIEFING

• Obtain the most recent Education-Trust West Reports focused on Latino, Asian and African American Student Achievement
• Hear from Asian, Latino and African American education experts on the most pressing education issues
• Interview the report authors, our panel of experts, and the new executive director of Education Trust- West, Arun Ramanathan

***LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE******

When: Friday, Feb 12, 2010, 9:30am -1:30pm (free breakfast and lunch provided)

Where: New America Media, 275 9th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Why: Sharpen your online education data research skills, while obtaining a copy of the most recent achievement reports on Asian, Latino and African American students

RSVP: Vivian Po at vpo@newamericamedia.com or (415) 503-4176 no later than February 1st 2010

 

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