Join our Twitter chat for a post-State of the Union education breakdown

Published January 22, 2014

By Communications Team

The State of the Union is one of the most important speeches of the year. What will it mean for education in 2014?

On Wednesday, January 29 at Noon ET, Jeff Livingston, senior vice president of education policy at McGraw-Hill, will hold a Twitter chat to discuss President Obama’s State of the Union address from an education perspective. The chat will likely touch on topics such as education technology, early childhood education, educational standards, and college and career readiness. The event will be moderated by Caitlin Emma, education reporter at POLITICO Pro.

Want to join the conversation? Just tweet or follow #SOTUedu -- or follow @MHEducation, @livingjeff, or @caitlinzemma.

More on Jeff Livingston: Jeff Livingston is a leading expert on the topics of education policy, education technology and college/career readiness. Last year, Jeff wrote an op-ed following President Obama’s address, which highlighted the ways to radically remake U.S. schools and education. More recently, Jeff was featured on Big Think where he discussed career readiness and what students who are going to pursue a career as their pathway out of poverty really need to be getting from their education.