2019 Washington Policy Seminar Resources

April 23-24, 2019 | Hall of the States | Conference Room #285
444 North Capitol Street, NW | Washington, DC 20001

Tuesday, April 23

What is the Appropriate Federal Role in Dual and Concurrent Enrollment? 

  • Alex Perry, Policy Advisor, Foresight Law + Policy, Twitter: @CollegeinHS

Higher Education Policy Update: The Latest from DC and the States

  • Thomas Harnisch, Director of State Relations & Policy Analysis, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Twitter: @AASCU

Rethinking High School to Improve Transitions to College for Historically Underserved Students

  • Anne Hyslop, Assistant Director, Policy Development & Government Relations, Alliance for Excellent Education
  • Rachel Bird Niebling, Director of Policy Development & Government Relations, Alliance for Excellent Education, Twitter: @All4Ed

Teacher Shortages: Why Shortages Matter and What We Can Do About Them

  • Stephen Kostyo, Policy Advisor, Learning Policy Institute, Twitter: @LPI_Learning

College in High School Alliance Update

  • Alex Perry, Policy Advisor, Foresight Law + Policy, Twitter: @CollegeinHS

Access, Quality, and Success: The Road to Equity in Advanced Coursework

  • Dr. Davis Dixon, Senior Associate for P-12 Research, The Education Trust, Twitter: @EdTrust

Major Tenets of Perkins V

  • Ashleigh McFadden, State Policy Manager, Advance CTE, Twitter: @CTEWorks

Concurrent Enrollment in Youth Apprenticeship Programs: Opportunities & Challenges

  • Brent Parton, Deputy Director, Center on Education Skills, New America
  • Taylor White, Senior Policy Analyst, Education Policy Program, New America, Twitter: @NewAmericaEd

Wednesday, April 24

The University of Texas System Study: Dual Credit and Success in College

  • David Troutman, Associate Vice Chancellor, Institutional Research & Analytics, University of Texas System, Twitter: @UTSystem 

What’s Current: Governors’ 2019 Educational Priorities

  • Jon Alfuth, Policy Analyst, Education Division, National Governors Association, Twitter: @NatlGovsAssoc