Mark Weber is a Ph.D. student at Rutgers University's Graduate School of Education, concentrating in Policy, Organization, and Theory. He is also a music educator in Warren Township, New Jersey. In addition to peer- reviewed articles and policy briefs, Weber also writes regularly on education policy for a variety of media outlets. His blog, "Jersey Jazzman," is one of the most widely read education blogs in the nation. Weber's research interests include charter schools, teacher evaluation, testing, and arts education.
In recent years there have been signs of a resurgent grassroots movement to integrate schools. From a variety of perspectives, our panelists will examine the state of segregation by race and class in America’s schools, and the promising initiatives and practices that are emerging in the renewed movement to integrate America’s schools. Join us on June 7, 2017, noon to 2:00 pm, 555 New Jersey Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20001. More information and registration.