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Reimagine America's schools

Building a complete American neighbourhood

February 17, 2022
12:00 - 1:30 PM PT / 3 - 4:30 PM ET
Digital event

Building a complete American neighbourhood

February 17, 2022

How technology is connecting communities and schools

America’s neighborhoods are the heart of its cities. They are the barometers of the nation’s health, dynamism and future.

Now it's time to make every American neighborhood a complete neighborhood. That means prioritizing equity by infusing communities with better access to opportunity, especially historically underserved communities of color.

That’s why the second event in our series on the Complete American Neighborhood will look at San Jose, and how its neighborhoods and leaders are building a new livability around Silicon Valley’s global innovation powerhouse.

And, crucially - complete neighborhoods provide opportunities in the innovation economy - the force behind new jobs and opportunities for every American.

Building a Complete American Neighborhood rests on four pillars: equity, community, education and work. They’re a 15 Minute City, they have schools at the center of their community, their urban space provides easy access to daily necessities, and they offer life-long learning for all residents.

Catalyzed by Reimagine America’s Schools (a program of the National Design Alliance), the Siegel Family Endowment and CityAge, The Complete American Neighborhood seeked to launch a regional and national dialogue on how to ensure every community has an opportunity to build more complete, inclusive, and innovative neighborhoods.

Speakers

Libby Schaaf
Libby Schaaf
Mayor
Oakland, CA
Ron Bogle
Ron Bogle
President & CEO | Team Leader
National Design Alliance | Reimagine America’s Schools
Ted Landsmark
Ted Landsmark
Director, Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy,
Northeastern University
Leo Gonzales
Leo Gonzales
Director of Education
HKS
Katy Knight
Katy Knight
Executive Director
Siegel Family Endowment
Deborah McKoy
Deborah McKoy
Executive Director, Centers for Cities & Schools
UC Berkeley
Rosalynn Hughey
Rosalynn Hughey
Deputy City Manager
San Jose
Kip Harkness
Kip Harkness
Deputy City Manage
City of San Jose

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A CityAge and ReImagine America's Schools digital event in association with

Siegel Endowment

EVENT AGENDA

12:00 pm

Anchor Welcome & Introduction

12:05 pm

Introduction: Ron Bogle, Reimagine America’s Schools

12:05 pm

Opening Comments: Katy Knight, Executive Director, Siegel Family Endowment

12:10 pm

Opening Presentation: Ron Bogle, Reimagine America’s Schools

12:20 pm

Insights from: Libby Schaaf, Mayor, Oakland, CA &  Ted Landsmark, Director, Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, Northeastern University        

12:50 pm

Panel: Schools at the Center of Community

A strong school is central to building a complete neighborhood, in addition to multi-dimensional infrastructure that includes physical, digital and social assets. What new ideas, technologies, and policies are helping community and education leaders support students -- as well as people of all ages -- build new skills as our economy retools? And how can a community come together to build infrastructure that supports residents and learners of all ages in accessing opportunities to learn, work, and connect with each other?

  • Deborah McKoy, Executive Director, Centers for Cities & Schools, UC Berkeley
  • Rosalynn Hughey, Deputy City Manager, San Jose
  • Kip Harkness, City Innovator, Technology and Entrepreneurship Center, Harvard University
  • Leo Gonzalez Sangri, Director of Education, HKS
  • Jill Bourne, City Librarian, San Jose Public Library
  • Moderator: Ron Bogle, Reimagine America’s Schools

1:30 pm

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