Symposium: Adult Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, featuring Dexter Manley

Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School is hosting as very special symposium with The Teaching Company, creators of the Great Courses, on Monday Sept. 23rd during National Adult Education and Family Literacy Awareness Week. The symposium will explore the promise of artificial intelligence, its likely impact on America's workforce, and the potential of lifelong learning to help people adapt. The Symposium will feature a keynote address from Superbowl Champion, Dexter Manley, who did not learn to read until well after his football career and will be moderated by award-winning education journalist Kavitha Cardoza.  A networking reception will immediately follow.  Click here to learn more and RSVP.

The event has been underwritten by The Teaching Company and all proceeds for the event will go to support AoH.   Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to forward to anyone you think might be interested.
Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School (AoH) is a Washington, DC- based workforce development and adult basic education provider. Established in 1985, Academy of Hope’s mission is to provide high quality adult basic education in a manner that changes lives and improves our community. We are focused on helping adults particularly with low income gain skills and knowledge through education and career training that will enable them to pursue viable paths to economic self-sufficiency.