Solana Beach community panel discussion on education set

The Skyline/Solana Vista schools PTA will hold a special event Nov. 9 featuring local education experts titled “Educating in the 21st Century: Preparing our Kids for the Future.” Audience members will be allowed to ask questions to the panel. The event will start at 6:30 p.m. at the Skyline Assembly Center. (The event will follow a 5:30 p.m. Children’s Art Exhibition called Reflections.)

Panelists will include: Leslie Fausset, Solana Beach School District superintendent; Kelly Smith, teacher and leader of the Technology Educators Coalition; Monet Templeton, SB/SD child psychologist; and Gordon Hanson, UCSD economics professor.

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