Trini Garza student part of education panel Wednesday

Jonathan G.Jonathan Gonzalez of Oak Cliff is a junior at Trini Garza Early College High School at Mountain View College, where he is completing his high school diploma as well as half of his bachelor’s degree.

Gonzalez is part of a panel discussion Wednesday, April 10, at the Communities Foundation of Texas, on the topic of “disruptive education innovations.”

Krys Boyd of KERA’s “Think,” Yasmin Bathia of Uplift Education, Chris Coxon of Educate Texas, Lancaster ISD superintendent Mike McFarland, and Rosemary Perlmeter of Teaching Trust also are on the “Cause-Minded Conversation” panel.

The discussion, from 4:30-5:45 p.m., is free and open to the public.

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