Hinojosa, Lembeck at Alternative Ed Conference
The Cobb and Marietta school superintendents are panelists at today's National Alternative Education Association gathering.
From a press release issued by the Cobb County School District:
Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Superintendent for the Cobb County School District, will serve as one of several guest speakers in a panel discussion of public school leaders at the National Alternative Education Association (NAEA) Annual Conference Feb. 6-8 in Atlanta. Dr. Hinojosa will be joined on the Superintendent’s Panel by Marietta City Schools Superintendent Dr. Emily Lembeck; Richard Storm, principal of Union Alternative School in Oklahoma; Susie Bunch, Director of Schools for Lexington, Tennessee City School system and Anthony Pack, Superintendent of Monroe County Schools in Forsyth County, Georgia.
The NAEA is a support and advocacy organization for educators who work with students receiving alternative education services. The 2013 conference is focused on the theme “Finding the Way” and brings together national experts in alternative education, nontraditional education and dropout prevention. State Superintendent and Cobb County native Dr. John Barge and Dr. Robert E. Slavin, Director for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University, will serve as keynote speakers for the NAEA conference.
The Superintendent’s Panel featuring Dr. Hinojosa will take place Thursday, Feb. 7 at 1:30 p.m. on the second full day of the conference. The event will take place at the Marriott Marquis hotel in Atlanta.