Zoned - St. Louis Policy Breakfast, Kingside Diner, Tuesday, 22. January 2019



















































































































































































































Would we tolerate a world that assigned your child a doctor based on your zip code? Then why do we tolerate a world that does that for something just as important as their doctor: their education?
This St. Louis Policy breakfast features a screening of the new short film ‘Zoned,’ which explores a world where medical options are determined the same way education is determined for millions of children, by zip code.
The short screening will be followed by a panel discussion on education policy and school choice featuring local experts on the topic.
Featured Speakers:
Susan Pendergrass
Director of Research and Education Policy, Show-Me Institute
Before joining the Show-Me Institute, Susan Pendergrass was Vice President of Research and Evaluation for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, where she oversaw data collection and analysis and carried out a rigorous research program. Prior to coming to the National Alliance, she was a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Department of Education during the Bush administration and a senior research scientist at the National Center for Education Statistics during the Obama administration. Susan holds a doctorate in public policy from George Mason University with a concentration in social policy.
James V. Shuls
Assistant professor of educational leadership and policy studies at the University of Missouri–St. Louis and Distinguished Fellow in Education Policy, Show-Me Institute.
The work of James Shuls has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Phi Delta Kappan, Social Science Quarterly, Education Week, The Rural Educator, Educational Policy, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He earned his Ph.D. in education policy from the University of Arkansas. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Missouri Southern State University and a master’s degree from Missouri State University, both in elementary education. Prior to pursuing his doctorate, James taught first grade and fifth grade in southwest Missouri.



















































































































































































































Tuesday, 22. January 2019, Kingside Diner, Zoned - St. Louis Policy Breakfast

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