Loading Events

K-12 Visions and Outcomes

Solving the education problems money can't fix
November 30, 2016, 6:30 PM, Town Hall

The success of The Seattle Times LiveWire event series continued with “K-12 visions and outcomes: Solving the education problems money can’t fix,” an enlightening forum about improving outcomes for Washington’s public school students to prepare them for graduation, college and the workforce.

  • This event has passed
Event Speakers
Kate Riley
As Editorial Page Editor of The Seattle Times, Kate Riley works with The Times editorial board to develop the opinion page’s positions on issues. She joined the editorial page in 2002 as a writer and columnist.
Michael Fancher
After 30 years at The Seattle Times, including 20 as executive editor, Michael Fancher retired in 2008. He is the founding director of University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center.
Mia Tuan, PH.D.
Dr. Tuan is dean of the University of Washington College of Education, which is dedicated to partnering with schools and communities to make learning come alive for all students.
Shelley Redinger, PH.D.
Dr. Redinger is the superintendent of Spokane Public Schools and a Spokane native. Her focus is on preparing every student for post-secondary success through innovative and evidence-based practices.
Eric Pettigrew
Washington State Representative Eric Pettigrew has worked to promote economic development, create affordable housing and expand educational opportunities for every child in Washington, regardless of race or economic status.
Steve Mullin
Steve Mullin is president of the Washington Roundtable, an organization of private sector executives that works to effect positive change on policy issues, including ensuring that students are prepared for college and career.
Steve Litzow
Washington State Senator Steve Litzow represents the 41st Legislative District and serves as chairman of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee. He spearheaded passage of the Early Start Act.
Susan Enfield, ED.D.
Dr. Enfield is currently superintendent for Highline Public Schools, which promises to know each student by name, strength and need, and prepare graduates for college, career and citizenship.
Jeff Charbonneau
Jeff Charbonneau, 2013 National Teacher of the Year, teaches science at Zillah High School, where he has helped create STEM offerings enabling students to earn college credit.
What people are saying

Students not born in the U.S., but raised in Washington, are Washingtonians. They deserve equitable access to education.

Steve Litzow, Washington State Senator

We must do everything within our power to ensure public education remains a powerful ladder to success for every child in Washington.

Eric Pettigrew, Washington State Representative

Teacher leadership should not have to be a choice between working with students and working for students.

Jeff Charbonneau, 2013 Teacher of the Year


by @


Event Sponsor
Event Sponsor
Event Sponsor