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David Freeman addresses response to school violence in new speaker series

09.30.2015 | By:

Oct. 22 Topic: A Study of School Districts’ Responses to Violence: Arming School District Employees as Part of a Comprehensive Safety Plan

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Join us throughout the 2015-16 academic year for unique insights into the education field, starting with David Freeman's study on school violence from 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22.

The Spotlight on Education Speaker Series is an opportunity for administrators, teacher leaders, university students, professors of education and educational leaders to gain insights and perspectives on current topics in education.  

About the Speaker

With 20 years in education, David Freeman shares with the Wesleyan community a thoughtful study on violence in schools and evaluates the potential move to allow school employees to carry weapons on campus. 

David taught high school English and Speech while coaching in his early career. He moved into administration serving as assistant principal, high school principal, assistant superintendent and chief academic officer.

Most recently he served as superintendent for Montague ISD, Wichita Falls ISD and London ISD during the last 7 years.

No Cost to Attend

Appetizers and wine will be served at each event. No cost is associated with attendance.

In lieu of ticket cost, we encourage attendees to make a donation to the Reading Clinic hosted by Texas Wesleyan School of Education.

Each summer Texas Wesleyan students work with local FWISD students to assist them in making significant improvements in their reading skills leading to a more successful and happy school experience.