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NEW YORK, NY, December 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Ray Bloch Productions was proud to produce the very successful New York Times, Schools for Tomorrow conference at The Times Center on September 8th and 9th in New York City.
Speakers included elected officials, business leaders, academics, social entrepreneurs, think tank thought leaders, authors and writers, philanthropists and technology experts and was hosted by David Leonhardt of The New York Times.
The New York Times fourth annual Schools for Tomorrow conference focused on the timely, critical concerns of how innovations and challenges -- social, economic, political and technological -- are calling into question the very nature of higher education.
Among the hot topics and issues discussed: Can online courses add up to an online education? What are the complications of taking a university global? What's next for affirmative action? Who's taking the measure of college rankings? How can going to school be more affordable? At risk: The worth of a college diploma.
Our clients at The Times were overwhelmingly enthusiastic about our contributions to the success of this important event, from audience generation and sponsorship support to decor, design, production and management. The Schools For Tomorrow Conference was one of several successful and high-profile New York Times conferences produced by Ray Bloch productions this year.
Ray Bloch Productions is a full-service event production company. Curating events for organizations of all types, turning visions into realities through thoughtful planning and execution. If you would like to learn more, please feel free to contact Ray Bloch Productions at the contact information below. To keep up-to-date with recent activities at Ray Bloch Productions, follow them on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
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