We're headed to a White House for a State of the Union Education Roundtable—and we want to take your questions with us.
It's a no-brainer that we need an educated workforce for the 21st century economy, so it's no surprise President Obama's stepping up to the education plate during Tuesday's State of the Union address. Indeed, the President will spend some time delving into the challenges facing our nation's schools, and sharing his agenda for solving them.
Fortunately, the emphasis on education doesn't end when Obama exits the Capitol building. We're thrilled to share that GOOD will be heading to the White House two days later on Thursday, January 27, for a livestreamed State of the Union Education Roundtable with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
We have a whole 45 minutes to talk shop with Secretary Duncan—and you can participate. Send in any questions you have about the education themes discussed in the State of the Union address—and we'll pick a few from the bunch and ask them during the roundtable.
To submit a question: Email it—and your real first name, city, and state to projects[at]goodinc[dot]com
We'll accept questions through 6:00 p.m. PST on Wednesday, January 26.
Make sure to come back to GOOD's education hub on January 27 from 3:15 to 4 p.m. EST to watch the roundtable live.