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State Council on Higher Education for Virginia and the Virginia Assessment Group present:

A Conversation On What It Means To Be An Educated Virginian

A one-day event was held on June 13, 2012 in Richmond sponsored by SCHEV and the Virginia Assessment Group, entitled “A Conversation on What it Means to be an Educated Virginian.” The event engaged a diverse group of educators in a broad-ranging discussion of the purpose and scope of liberal education within Virginia’s higher education policy context.

Agenda and Presentations

Speakers and Topics

Welcoming Remarks: The Honorable Laura Fornash, Secretary of Education, Commonwealth of Virginia

Virginia Education in Context: Bill Bosher, Distinguished Professor Of Public Policy and Education, Virginia Commonwealth University

Liberal Education Models: Debra Humphreys, Vice President for Communications and Public Affairs, Association of American Colleges and Universities
Virginia Assessment Group Representatives

College Readiness in Virginia: Shelley Loving-Ryder, Assistant Superintendent for Student Assessment and School Improvement, Virginia Department of Education
Linda Wallinger, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Virginia Department of Education
Susan Wood, Vice Chancellor for Academic Services, Virginia's Community Colleges

Policy Perspectives: Joanne DiGennaro, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia and President of the Center for Excellence in Education
Robert Lindgren, President, Randolph-Macon College
Mirta Martin, Community College Board Member and Dean, Virginia State University School of Business



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