Education By Design 2.0
Thursday, February 27, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
A Conversation on Personalizing Education
You are invited to the fourth annual conversation on personalizing education benefiting the Tutorpedia Foundation at the Autodesk Gallery in downtown San Francisco! This event will feature a series of short talks by dynamic speakers focusing on how we can create and inspire lifelong learning in a digital world.
Kevin Kumashiro, Ph.D. - Dean, University of San Francisco's School of Education
Jon Deane, M.Ed. - Chief Information Officer, Summit Public Schools
Louise Waters, Ph.D. - Superintendent & CEO, Leadership Public Schools
Please come enjoy the fun educational activities, hors d'oeuvres, desserts, photo booth and raffle. All ticket levels include one raffle entry and you can choose where you'd like to invest it! This year's raffle prizes TBA. Last year, we raffled a new iPad mini, 4 field level seats to a SF Giants game, and dinner for 2 at Chez Panisse, Gary Danko, and Goat Hill Pizza!
All money raised at the event will go to providing free personalized tutoring for low-income students in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Check out Ashanti, one of our scholarship students, and her tutor Sarah:
For more information on Tutorpedia Foundation, please visit www.tutorpediafoundation.org or call (415) 948-1585.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Email Director of Operations & Development, Diaris Alexander for a copy of our sponsorship deck.
When & Where
Tutorpedia Foundation's mission is to make education more personal for under-resourced Bay Area middle and high school students through professional tutoring and targeted academic support. Tutorpedia Foundation believes that the one-on-one tutoring model can close achievement gaps, graduate more students from high school, and prepare more students for college and beyond. Tutorpedia Foundation uses tutoring to promote equity and social justice. Our one-on-one tutoring is student-centered and individualized, and addresses both academic content and standardized test preparation.