1. Note the number on the table.
2. Ensure that everyone at the table knows what topic is being discussed.
3. Assign a note taker to write down questions on the sheet provided.
4. Brainstorm questions to ask the presenter.
5. Collect all questions and hand over to a White House Initiative staff person.
White House Education Policy 1 16 31
Special Assistant to the President, Domestic Policy Counsel
K -12 2 17 32
Assistant Secretary, Elementary and Secondary Education
English Language Learners 3 18 33
Assistant Deputy Secretary, English Language Acquisition
Education Policy 4 19 34
Assistant Secretary, Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development
Working With Congress 5 20 35
Assistant Secretary, Legislation and Congressional Affairs
Early Learning 6 21 36
Senior Policy Advisor, Administration for Children and Families
Adult Education and Employment 7 22
Assistant Secretary Jane Oates
Employment and Training Administration
Housing and Urban Development 8 23
Assistant Secretary John Trasviña
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
Financial Aid 9 24
Chief Operating Officer, Federal Student Aid
Higher Education 10 25
Assistant Secretary Eduardo Ochoa
Office of Postsecondary Education
Promise Neighborhoods: It Takes a Village 11 26
Deputy Director, Office of Innovation and Improvement
Technology 12 27
Director, Education Technology
Civil Rights and Education Equity 13 28
Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office for Civil Rights
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) 14 29
Senior Policy Analyst, Office of Science and Technology Policy
Safe Schools 15 30
Policy Advisor, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools