Summary of Dr. Ben Houltberg Dec 2022
Summary of Fall 2022 Speakers at the Carter Center in Atlanta
James Johnson
Summary of our September 2022 Virtual Speaker Series featuring Dr. Johnson.
Navigating a Pandemic with Moral and Intellectual Leadership
Read our article in the August 2022 edition of School Administrator Magazine.
Henry Pettiegrew
Read the Summary of our Virtual Speaker Series - July 2022.
David Autor
Read the Summary of our Virtual Speaker Series - May 2022.
NSR Member Dinner in Nashville - February 2022
Roundtable member Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. and his colleague Douglas S. Reed, both of Georgetown University, shared important new insights from their forthcoming book (Corwin, 2022) Getting Into Good Trouble at School: A Guide to Building an Antiracist School System.
NSR Member Breakfast in Nashville - February 2022
Timothy Shriver, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Special Olympics International, made a powerful case that underlying the animosity and vitriol that seems to divide Americans is a powerful national consensus on what the United States needs to do as it moves toward the future.
James Harvey and Steve McCammon kickoff November 2021 Meeting in Chicago
Steve McCammon assumes the role of Executive Director.
Roundtable and Schlechty Center Merger Announced
Dr. McCammon and Dr. Harvey make announcement at Schlechty Center's summer institute.
Ed Week: Lessons from the Kitchen Table (July 2021)


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