The College of Education at Temple University will host its third annual Inspire  Incite  Innovate symposium, titled (Re) Defining College: Leveraging the Full Value of Career & Technical Education (CTE) Pathways to College and Careers.

Keynote addresses:

  • Sharif Street, PA State Senator, 3rd Congressional District
  • Matthew S. Stem, Deputy Secretary of the Office of Elementary & Secondary Education
  • Hans Meeder, President of the National Center for College and Career Transitions will highlight the event.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Temple University Main Campus
Howard Gittis Student Center, Rm 200C
1755 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 

About the Keynote Speakers:

Sharif Street is a member of the American, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and National Bar Associations, member of the Philadelphia Barristers Association; formerly Chief Legislative Advisor to the Democratic Chair of the Housing and Urban Development Committee and creator of Philadelphia Green Communities; co-founder and served on the Board of Directors of Urban Solution, a non-profit corporation created to address the health needs of traditionally under-served communities. see Sharif Street - Pennsylvania State Senate

Matthew Stem is the Deputy Secretary for the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education in the Pennsylvania Department of Education. In this position Deputy Secretary Stem directs and coordinates comprehensive statewide programs for elementary and secondary education.  Mr. Stem has worked in public education for over two decades as a teacher and administrator. Wyomissing school administrator tapped for key post in state Department of Education

Hans Meeder NC3T President and a recognized expert in Career Technical Education (CTE) and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education. He has conducted original research on these topics, authored numerous reports, articles and books, served on advisory committees for state and national organizations, and provided keynote addresses and workshop presentations. Hans Meeder: Meeder Consulting Group, LLC

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