Susan Ochshorn, ECE PolicyWorks Founder

Susan Ochshorn
Policy curator, human capital nurturer, and social change addict

Why ECE Policy Matters

"The US has one of the most productive economies in the industrialized world. Yet it fails to excel on many of the dimensions Americans claim to prize most highly. Not surprisingly, American parents also turn out to be more dissatisfied, relative to their counterparts in other countries, with the time they have available for their families."
(Janet Gornick and Marcia Meyers, Families that Work

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Book Talks about Squandering America’s Future

Alanna Navitski and Cristina Mendonca joined Susan at Bank Street College of Education on June 17 for “Leaders at the Conference Table,” a lively conversation about professional identity and development.

Book Culture, on New York City's Upper West Side, hosted Susan and Takiema Bunche Smith for the standing-room-only launch of Squandering America's Future and impassioned talk about social justice, equity, and education reform.

Susan will be talking with Renee Wilson-Simmons on July 14, for the National Center for Children in Poverty's new online book club.

Rima Shore and Susan will be talking about "The Importance of Play: How to Make a Powerful Case to Parents, School Leaders, Policymakers" at the 2015 conference of the Progressive Education Network in NYC, October 8 to 10. Register →


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