AMHERST, Mass. - University of Massachusetts President William M. Bulger will address a meeting of the Connecticut Valley Superintendents’ Roundtable Fri. May 8, between 11 a.m. and noon in the VIP Room of the Mullins Center at UMass.
Bulger will discuss current issues in K-12 education. The Connecticut Valley Superintendents’ Roundtable serves as the official roundtable for the superintendents of Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire counties.
The Roundtable provides representatives of educational institutions in the Connecticut Valley with a forum to promote national, state, and local action that will improve educational services to children in the region’s public and private schools. The group meets on a monthly basis to hear invited speakers discuss current educational issues.
The Roundtable consists of about 65 members, including representatives from public school districts in Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin counties and UMass. The meeting at the Mullins Center will be attended by UMass Vice President Selma Botman, UMass School of Education Dean Bailey Jackson, the chairs of each of the departments within the School of Education, and the president of the Connecticut Valley Superintendents’ Roundtable, Helen Vivian.