Trends in Teacher Compensation - A Symposium for Educators

May 13, 2010 at 8:00am3:00pm
College of Mount St. Joseph Theatre 
5701 Delhi Road
Cincinnati
OH
45233

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Please join us for a compelling day of balanced and provocative discussion of the timely and cutting-edge topic of trends in teacher compensation. Regional, local and national experts, representing all constituencies, will present their views and lead panel discussions addressing the challenges and realities of linking teacher compensation to student achievement. Attendees will have the opportunity to fully engage and interact with presenters, experts and one another. 

This program is geared toward:

  • teachers;
  • principals;
  • union representatives;
  • boards of education;
  • superintendents;
  • administrators; and
  • related organizations and other interested parties.

Speakers
Keynote Speaker: Jim Mahoney, Executive Director of Battelle for Kids, Columbus, Ohio
Luncheon Speaker: Jason Glass, Director of Human Resources for Eagle County Schools, Grand Junction, Colorado
Panelist: Dr. Susan F. Burns, Program Manager, National Center on Performance Incentives, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

The deadline to respond is Wednesday, March 31st.


The cost to attend is $25 per person, which includes a continental breakfast, lunch and materials.

This program was organized by Leadership Cincinnati, a program of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Class XXXIII Education Project Committee:

  • Tony Aretz
  • Harvey Cohen
  • Tony Esposito
  • Mike Gatio
  • Paul Imhoff
  • Cheryl Koopman
  • John Mitchell
  • Simon Sotelo
  • Shane Starkey
  • John Tafaro
  • Alex Triantafilou
  • Beth Van Oflen
  • Susan Verschoor

Members of the media may request Press Credentials by contacting Linda Wright of Wright Communications at 513-761-3700 or via email to Wrightcomm1@yahoo.com

We would like to thank our sponsors: Ohio National Financial Services, Macy’s, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, The College of Mt. Saint Joseph and Chatfield College, whose support permits us to produce this event at a nominal cost to the attendees.