2020 Spokane Breakfast
It’s the issue of our time – striving for equity in our education system. And we want YOU in the room.
League of Education Voters Foundation (LEV Foundation) works with families, educators, and leaders to build a brighter future for every Washington student by Putting Students First. We champion an equitable education system where all students have access to the right resources they need, at the right moment in their education, regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, disability, language, sexual orientation, religion, family background, or family income.
This year, we are hosting Equity in Education: What Is Working, an event focused on racial diversity and equity in education, one of the most critical issues of our time. We are asking you to join our distinguished panelists Michaela Brown, Co-Director of Excelerate Success, Nikki Lockwood, Spokane School Board Director, David H. Garcia, Assistant Dean for Pathway Programs and Inclusion at Washington State University, and our discussion moderator Rhosetta R. Rhodes, Vice President for Student Life at Whitworth University, as they explore the role of Equity, Diversity, Access, and Inclusion in a thriving public education system.
Thursday, April 16, 2020
7:30 am – 8:45 am
The Davenport Grand Hotel
333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99201
LEV’s Seattle Luncheon 2019
Thank you to everyone who came to our luncheon! We learned about the power of high-quality early childhood education, featuring Marquita Davis, Deputy Director of Early Learning at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as our keynote speaker. Governor Jay Inslee and 2020 Washington state Teacher of the Year Amy Campbell joined us as guest speakers! League of Education Voters believes that every student deserves to receive a great education and the support necessary for individual success. With your help, we can make this vision a reality.
Thank You To Our Event Sponsors
David and Cathy Habib Foundation
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