Learning From Shanghai

In October 2013, 32 CEOs from the Teach For All network gathered in Shanghai, home of PISA 2012’s highest-performing education system, to observe what it takes to provide an excellent, equitable education to every student. Among the key takeaways from the experience was Shanghai’s deliberate effort to learn from the best practices of other nations’ successful education systems—an opportunity the PISA survey affords us all.

On Tuesday, December 10, Teach For All and Asia Society present "Making the Grade in Global Education," a public program examining excellence and equity in education around the world. Joining Teach For All CEO and Co-Founder Wendy Kopp and Teach For China CEO and Co-Founder Andrea Pasinetti will be Susan Fuhrman, President of Columbia University Teachers College, and Tony Jackson, Vice President for Education and Leadership at Asia Society. For more information and to register, visit Asia Society online.

Can't make it to this program? Tune in to AsiaSociety.org/Live at 6:30 pm New York time for a free live video webcast. Viewers are encouraged to submit questions to moderator@asiasociety.org or via Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #askasia.