Mia Tuan, dean of University of Washington College of Education, will participate in the Seattle Times LiveWire event “K-12 vision and outcomes: Solving the education problems money can’t fix,” a timely forum with education experts, advocates and policy makers, facilitated by Seattle Times Editorial Page Editor Kate Riley and former Executive Editor Michael Fancher.

Panelists include:

  • Steve Litzow: Washington State Senator Steve Litzow represents the 41st Legislative District and serves as chairman of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee. He spearheaded passage of the Early Start Act.
  • Mia Tuan, Ph.D.: Dr. Tuan is dean of the University of Washington College of Education, which is dedicated to partnering with schools and communities to make learning come alive for all students.
  • Susan Enfield, Ed.D.: Dr. Enfield is currently superintendent for Highline Public Schools, which promises to know each student by name, strength and need, and prepare graduates for college, career and citizenship.
  • Shelley Redinger, Ph.D.: Dr. Redinger is the superintendent of Spokane Public Schools and a Spokane native. She was previously the superintendent for Spotsylvania County Schools in Fredericksburg, Va., a district of 23,844 students.
  • Eric Pettigrew: Washington State Representative Eric Pettigrew has worked to promote economic development, create affordable housing and expand educational opportunities for every child in Washington, regardless of race or economic status.
November 30, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Town Hall, 1119 8th Ave, Seattle
Tickets are free. Register online.