Five For Friday: A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center

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[image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] Five for Friday A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center January 13, 2017 Explore More BUY ENGAGE TICKETS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir READ THE CATALYST <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir UPCOMING EVENTS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Dallas is a booming, dynamic city that attracts businesses, professionals, and families from around the state, the country, and the world. Sustaining the growth and opportunities that make Dallas a vibrant place to live requires a strong public education system that is preparing students for future success. Join the George W. Bush Presidential Center, Dallas Institute, and the Dallas Morning News on January 24, 2016 from 6:30pm-8pm in exploring these important issues as a community. ] Engage Public Programming | Educated City Dallas is a booming, dynamic city that attracts businesses, professionals, and families from around the state, the country, and the world. Sustaining the growth and opportunities that make Dallas a vibrant place to live requires a strong public education system that is preparing students for future success. * How do we know what is working in our schools? * What should our top priorities be? * How can data guide our decision making as a community? Join the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the Dallas Morning News in exploring these important issues. The program will include a panel discussion highlighted by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and other local leaders and policymakers and a conversation with parents and students to discuss the future of education in Dallas. Reserve your free ticket today <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir In Focus [image: First Ladies have a platform that allows them to spotlight problems and solutions at home as well as abroad. Natalie Gonella-Platts, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Women's Initiative, offers a guide to the East Wing of the incoming Trump administration, showing how First Ladies in the U.S. and around the world have best used their platform for the common good.] First Ladies | Using Their Platform for Impact First Ladies have a platform that allows them to spotlight problems and solutions at home as well as abroad. Natalie Gonnella-Platts , deputy director of the Bush Institute's Women's Initiative, offers a guide to the East Wing of the incoming Trump administration, showing how First Ladies in the U.S. and around the world have best used their platform for the common good. Read the full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: The United States needs an active, two-pronged strategy for North Korea, concentrating on the nuclear threat as well as human rights in the oppressive nation. Lindsay Lloyd, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Human Freedom Initiative, details how to combine those two and why they must go together. ] North Korea| Human Rights and Security Issues Must Go Together The United States needs an active, two-pronged strategy for North Korea, concentrating on the nuclear threat as well as human rights in the oppressive nation. Lindsay Lloyd , deputy director of the Bush Institute's Human Freedom Initiative, details how to combine those two and why they must go together. Read the full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: The U.S. has made progress in fighting AIDS and cervical cancer around the world through such initiatives as the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief. But the U.S. cannot afford to let up in the quest for improving global health care. Celina Schocken, director of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, a Bush Institute affiliate, explains how the United States can lead this campaign over the next four years.] Global Health | Building on America's Leadership The U.S. has made progress in fighting AIDS and cervical cancer around the world through such initiatives as the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief. But the U.S. cannot afford to let up in the quest for improving global health care. Celina Schocken , CEO of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, a Bush Institute affiliate, explains how the United States can lead this campaign over the next four years. Read the full article [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Looking for a fun way to spend Monday’s holiday? Visit the Bush Presidential Library and Museum. 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Five for Friday

A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center

January 13, 2017

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THE CATALYST
 
 
 
Dallas is a booming, dynamic city that attracts businesses, professionals, and families from around the state, the country, and the world. Sustaining the growth and opportunities that make Dallas a vibrant place to live requires a strong public education system that is preparing students for future success. Join the George W. Bush Presidential Center, Dallas Institute, and the Dallas Morning News on January 24, 2016 from 6:30pm-8pm in exploring these important issues as a community.

Engage Public Programming |  Educated City

Dallas is a booming, dynamic city that attracts businesses, professionals, and families from around the state, the country, and the world. Sustaining the growth and opportunities that make Dallas a vibrant place to live requires a strong public education system that is preparing students for future success.

  • How do we know what is working in our schools?
  • What should our top priorities be?
  • How can data guide our decision making as a community?

Join the George W. Bush Presidential Center and the Dallas Morning News in exploring these important issues. The program will include a panel discussion highlighted by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and other local leaders and policymakers and a conversation with parents and students to discuss the future of education in Dallas.

 

In Focus

First Ladies have a platform that allows them to spotlight problems and solutions at home as well as abroad. Natalie Gonella-Platts, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Women's Initiative, offers a guide to the East Wing of the incoming Trump administration, showing how First Ladies in the U.S. and around the world have best used their platform for the common good.

First Ladies | Using Their Platform for Impact

First Ladies have a platform that allows them to spotlight problems and solutions at home as well as abroad. Natalie Gonnella-Platts, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Women's Initiative, offers a guide to the East Wing of the incoming Trump administration, showing how First Ladies in the U.S. and around the world have best used their platform for the common good.

The United States needs an active, two-pronged strategy for North Korea, concentrating on the nuclear threat as well as human rights in the oppressive nation.  Lindsay Lloyd, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Human Freedom Initiative, details how to combine those two and why they must go together.

North Korea| Human Rights and Security Issues Must Go Together

The United States needs an active, two-pronged strategy for North Korea, concentrating on the nuclear threat as well as human rights in the oppressive nation.  Lindsay Lloyd, deputy director of the Bush Institute's Human Freedom Initiative, details how to combine those two and why they must go together.

The U.S. has made progress in fighting AIDS and cervical cancer around the world through such initiatives as the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief. But the U.S. cannot afford to let up in the quest for improving global health care. Celina Schocken, director of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, a Bush Institute affiliate, explains how the United States can lead this campaign over the next four years.

Global Health | Building on America's Leadership

The U.S. has made progress in fighting AIDS and cervical cancer around the world through such initiatives as the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief. But the U.S. cannot afford to let up in the quest for improving global health care. Celina Schocken, CEO of Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon, a Bush Institute affiliate, explains how the United States can lead this campaign over the next four years.

Looking for a fun way to spend Monday’s holiday? Visit the Bush Presidential Library and Museum. From the 360-degree HD screen in Freedom Hall, to the immersive experience of Decision Points Theater and the computer games created for our youngest guests, the Bush Presidential Library and Museum brings the presidency to life for all of our visitors.

Spend a Day at the Museum

President George W. Bush saw the education achievement gap as a civil rights issue and overall performance as a pressing national concern. This weekend, visit the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and witness how the Bush Administration addressed "the soft bigotry of low expectations" in education.

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