Juan Williams to Deliver Address at School Choice National Policy Summit
WASHINGTON, Jan. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Juan Williams–one of the nation’s leading journalists, commentators, and political analysts–will deliver an address on school choice at the American Federation for Children’s third annual National Policy Summit, held on May 3 and 4 in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Williams will give a keynote speech on the importance of educational options, which he has called the “civil rights issue of our time,” at the third annual summit hosted by the American Federation for Children–the nation’s voice for school choice.
The summit, titled School Choice Now: Breakthrough Victories for Children, will bring together the nation’s premiere policy experts, advocates, and champions of school choice.
Williams is the author of six books, a renowned writer and journalist, and currently serves as a political commentator for Fox News. He previously hosted “Talk of the Nation” and “America’s Black Forum” on National Public Radio and worked as a political columnist, editorial writer, and White House correspondent for more than 20 years at The Washington Post.
“We’re pleased to announce that Juan Williams, one of our country’s leading journalistic voices and a tireless advocate for ensuring a quality education for all children, will share his passion for school choice at our national policy summit,” said Betsy DeVos, chairman of the American Federation for Children. “Juan is a longtime education reformer and we are honored to have him speak at our Summit.”
The American Federation for Children’s National Policy Summit will be held at the Westin Jersey City Newport Hotel in Jersey City on Thursday, May 3, and Friday, May 4, 2012. The summit will feature the nation’s leading public policymakers, analysts, advocates, and reformers. The summit is open to the public via registration at www.AFCPolicySummit.com.
For more information, please visit www.FederationForChildren.org.
SOURCE American Federation for Children