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Governor Jeb Bush to Host National Summit on Education Reform in Washington, D.C.

Tallahassee, Fla. — Governor Jeb Bush will open the Foundation for Excellence in Education’s 11th annual National Summit on Education Reform on Thursday, Dec. 6, in Washington, D.C.

“Paving the way for America’s future must begin with our children—by giving them access to a high quality, 21st century education. That requires the hard work of upending the status quo and transforming an entrenched system into one that puts students first," Governor Jeb Bush said.

“I am committed to the proven policy solutions that will make reform a reality. For the policymakers, education leaders and advocates ready to carry this vital work forward, our 11th annual National Summit on Education Reform is the place to be.”

This year’s exceptional lineup of keynote speakers and strategy sessions will inspire and empower attendees to build a brighter future for our nation’s families.

During the 2018 National Summit on Education Reform, ExcelinEd and Governor Jeb Bush will host more than 1,000 legislators, state superintendents, policymakers and thought leaders working to build a brighter future for our nation’s families. The packed two-day event will feature notable keynote speakers and in-depth strategy sessions on evolving laws, new trends, successful policies and the latest innovations that are transforming education for the 21st century.

#EIE18 is the only conference of its kind to feature a broad range of quality, innovation and opportunity policies that prioritize student success.

Visit the National Summit website for details on this year's event and to register. Follow @ExcelinEd on Twitter for the latest news and updates, and use #EIE18 to join the National Summit conversation.

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