On April 16, join the Mississippi Humanities Council, the Phil Hardin Foundation, and Meraki Roasting Company in Clarksdale for the first in a special two-part Ideas on Tap series on public education in the state.
The program will feature an ideologically diverse panel of education policy experts to discuss different approaches to improving public schools. Panelists include Constance White (Empower Mississippi), Nancy Loome (The Parents’ Campaign), and Sanford Johnson (Mississippi First). MHC Executive Director Dr. Stuart Rockoff will moderate.
A follow-up program that addresses public education in Clarksdale will take place on May 14. Both programs are part of a larger yearlong series on public education in communities around the state.
As always, snacks and great conversation are on us, and drinks are on you.