Bentonville Education Leaders Meet For Breakfast

Posted: August 2, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.



BENTONVILLE -- The leaders of the city's two biggest educational institutions came together Friday to field questions from local business people.

At A Glance (w/mugs)

Friday’s Speakers

• Michael Poore has been the Bentonville School District’s superintendent since July 2011. He was deputy superintendent of curriculum for Colorado Springs (Colo.) School District 11 before coming to Bentonville.

• Evelyn Jorgenson has been NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s president since July 2013. Before that she was president of Moberly Area Community College in Moberly, Mo., for 16 years.

Source: Staff Report

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