Nina Rees to be featured on Education Next Panel Discussing 2019 Education Next Annual Public Opinion Poll Results

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Nina Rees to be Featured on Education Next Panel Discussing 2019 Annual Public Opinion Poll Results

On Friday, September 13, Education Next will host a gathering to discuss their 13th annual survey of American public opinion on education policy in depth. This year’s poll updates trend data to reveal the public’s latest thinking on school choice, teacher pay, school spending, accountability, and more. With a four-percentage point increase, support for charter schools jumped to 48 percent this year. As Presidential candidates prepare for 2020 elections, it is critical they reflect public support for charter schools and other hot topics in education into their platforms.”

Nina Rees, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, will be featured as a panelist at the event. Click here to register and join us!

This event is sponsored by Education Next in conjunction with the Harvard Program on Education Policy and Governance and the Hoover Institution.

Lunch will be available beginning at 11:45 a.m. ET.



  • Martin R. West (event moderator), Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Paul E. Peterson (poll results presenter), Harvard University; Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
  • Panelists:
    • Elizabeth Green, Chalkbeat
    • Nina Rees, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
    • Paula White, Educators for Excellence


An in-depth panel discussion on the 2019 Education Next American public opinion poll results on education policy. 


Friday, September 13 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.


Hoover Institution in Washington | The Johnson Center | 1399 New York Ave., NW, Ste. 500 Washington, DC 20005


The event will be webcast live here. You can follow event chatter on Twitter with @charteralliance and @EducationNext using the hashtag #ENpoll.


Please be sure to register to attend.

If you are interested in a quote from Nina in advance of the event reach out to Shaelyn Macedonio. Media covering the event must RSVP to