The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, is pleased to announce that school choice champion and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush will deliver a keynote address at its annual National Policy Summit – Monday, May 22, and Tuesday, May 23, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
“Governor Bush has been at the forefront of the educational choice movement, and we are thrilled he will be joining us in Indianapolis for this year’s Summit,” said Bill Oberndorf, Chairman of the American Federation for Children. “His bold and visionary leadership has been instrumental in our efforts to give millions of families across the country educational freedom, and hearing his insights on the state of our education revolution will be a highlight at this year’s event.”
“I look forward to joining AFC at their annual Summit and celebrating the expansion and progress of school choice over the past year,” said Gov. Bush. “Our efforts to empower parents and disrupt the failing status quo in education are more important now than ever at this time of unprecedented opportunity for our movement.”
Jeb Bush served as the 43rd Governor of the State of Florida and, under his leadership, the state dramatically expanded school choice opportunities and improved educational outcomes for students, especially those from disadvantaged families. Governor Bush currently serves as Chairman of Dock Square Capital LLC, a merchant bank headquartered in Miami. Governor Bush maintains his passion for improving the quality of education for students across the country by serving as the Chairman of the Foundation for Excellence in Education, a national nonprofit education reform organization he founded to transform education in America.
Registration is open to join AFC in Indianapolis Monday, May 22, and Tuesday, May 23. Click here to complete step 1 of registration and secure your spot at the nation’s premier event for educational choice. AFC has a room block open at the Indianapolis (Downtown) Westin. Click here to make your accommodation reservations at a discounted rate before May 5.