This free event at Gallup’s Washington, D.C., headquarters featured a scene-setting presentation by Gallup, a wide-ranging national perspective on the 2014 election results from a variety of demographic and public-policy perspectives; detailed analysis by Education Week’s political-reporting staff of the education-specific results and implications; a panel discussion with political insiders and analysts; and a keynote conversation with U.S. Rep. George Miller, D-Calif.
The National Landscape
How Education Played at the Ballot Box
What the 2014 Results Mean for Education Going Forward
Most recently, Rodríguez served as president and CEO of Teach Plus where he built an equity-driven teacher leadership movement that engaged thousands of teachers to shape public policy and instructional practice to deliver greater opportunity for students.
A Michigan native, Rodríguez holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor and a Master of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.