Unique challenges discussed at first Urban Issues Day
Friday, May 10, 2013
Another first debuted Friday here at OSBA.
Two weeks after our first PACE Day, we offered our inaugural Urban Issues Day. About two dozen OSBA members attended, and took part in lively discussions about the pressing issues they face and how OSBA can help.
The day started with a sometimes-moving presentation by Dr. Doris McEwen, the Oregon Education Investment Board's deputy director for curriculum and instruction. She talked about our shared moral responsibility to educate each and every child, and the “four wills” required to do so.
For a more detailed report on the event, see the June edition of School Leader News.