Dallas area educators and members of the public can attend the Dallas Bar Association’s 14th annual education symposium on October 14.
The program, at the Belo Mansion from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., aims to bring community leaders together to grapple with how to improve public education in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
For educators, administrators, counselors, and principals, sessions will touch on cybersecurity, resources for students in crisis, active shooter preparedness and response, and feature a conversation with Dallas school district superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Students can attend programs on what to do in an emergency and how to pursue a legal career.
The DBA will also present the Aberg Center for Literacy with the Jack Lowe Sr. Award for Community Leadership at a luncheon, and Cheryl Wattley, a professor and director of experiential education at UNT Dallas College of Law, will give the keynote speech.
For information on ticket pricing and to register, go to the Dallas Bar Association website.