Mount St. Joseph University

Mount St. Joseph University to Host Third Annual Education Summit for High School Students

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By: Kathleen Cardwell

File Under: dyslexia, education


CINCINNATI, Ohio (November 30, 2018) – More than 200 high school students from 14 area schools are expected to attend the Mount’s Education Summit on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:05 p.m. With an overall theme of "Agents of Change: Lead, Inspire, Teach," the Summit is a day dedicated to learning about the many career options in education, as well as other 'helping' professions, including higher education, psychology, social work, and physical therapy.

Following a keynote address by Teddy Kremer, author of “Stealing First,” students will attend breakout sessions and panel discussions on diversity, administration roles in education, dyslexia, and teaching with a mission.

The Education Summit is hosted by the Mount’s School of Education, which recently announced it will offer Ohio’s first dual education licensure in special education (mild/moderate and moderate/intense) K-12 and early childhood education P-5, beginning in August of 2019.

About the Mount
As a Catholic university rooted in the values of the Sisters of Charity, Mount St. Joseph University excels at serving the common good. Undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students at the Mount are inspired to think beyond the classroom and redraw the bounds of what’s possible for their future. This is accomplished through individualized educational experiences, a safe, secure campus environment, and an all-in commitment to seeing students reach their highest potential. The Mount fosters life-long learners who serve, care, and contribute to the world beyond their front doors.

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Kathleen Cardwell