Zoned - Kansas City Policy Breakfast
Would we tolerate a world that assigned your child a doctor based on your zip code? Then why do we tolerate a world that does that for something just as important as their doctor: their education?
This Kansas City Policy breakfast features a screening of the new short film "Zoned," which explores a world where medical options are determined the same way education is determined for millions of children, by zip code.
The short screening will be followed by a discussion on education policy and school choice.
Senior Fellow of Education Policy, Show-Me Institute
A former high school teacher, Michael McShane earned a Ph.D. in education policy from the University of Arkansas, an M.Ed. from the University of Notre Dame, and a B.A. in English from St. Louis University.
McShane’s analyses and commentary have been published widely in the media, including in the Huffington Post, National Affairs, USA Today, and The Washington Post. He has also been featured in education-specific outlets such as Teachers College Commentary, Education Week, Phi Delta Kappan, and Education Next. In addition to authoring numerous white papers, McShane has had academic work published in Education Finance and Policy and the Journal of School Choice. He is the editor of New and Better Schools (Rowman and Littlefield, 2015), the author of Education and Opportunity (AEI Press, 2014), and coeditor of Teacher Quality 2.0 (Harvard Education Press, 2014) and Common Core Meets Education Reform (Teachers College Press, 2013).