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EDSEC: Duncan's Weekly Schedule

6a00e54f8c25c988340115700effab970c He's in Chicago, then back in DC, then out to Aspen for the Aspen Ideas Festival on his way out the NEA convention on Thursday.

Details below.

Friday is a holiday. 




THE WEEK AHEAD: Monday, June 29, 2009 - Friday, July 3 2009


Monday, June 29

Chicago, IL


2:30–4:00 pm CDT

OPEN:  The Secretary will give brief remarks followed by Q&A at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition Convention, Hyatt McCormick Place
2233 South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Chicago, Illinois

Tuesday, June 30


12:00-12:30 pm EDT

OPEN:  The Secretary will participate in Read to the Top, a weekly Reading Initiative with David Axelrod, LBJ Building Plaza, 400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, D.C.


Wednesday, July 1
Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, CO


8:30 p.m. MDT

OPEN:  The Secretary will introduce the first public screening of the film TEN9EIGHT, which chronicles the inspirational story of student entrepreneurs from Chicago, 1000 N. Third St., Aspen, CO, 81612


Other events TBD


Thursday, July 2
San Diego, CA


10:15-11:45 am PDT

OPEN:  The Secretary will give remarks on teacher quality and pay for performance followed by Q&A with National Education Association members at the NEA National Forum, San Diego Convention Center RA Floor (Hall G), 111 W Harbor Dr., San Diego, CA 92101


Friday, July 3
Federal Holiday


No Public Events


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