Ed Spotlight: Margaret Spellings

Updated: Nov 5



  • President/CEO of Texas 2036

  • Board Member for Amplify

  • Former Secretary of Education

  • Architect of NCLB


See "Ed Spotlight: Texas 2036"

See "Ed Spotlight: Amplify".



"Margaret Spellings is Exec Director of Texas 2036--an initiative to increase early childhood ed, increased HS grad rates and higher percentage of Texas students who attain a college degree to meet workforce needs of the future, among other goals. She is very connected to the Bush's, served as GWB's U.S. Sec of Education and was responsible for the failed No Child Left Behind policy of the GW Bush administration." - Donna Garner Amplify Review





Dallas Church "Amplifies" Failed Ed Reform Agenda

10/24/2022

by Social Impact Podcast

Note: Margaret Spellings was host.





Bridging The Divide

A 5-part lecture series addressing structural divides in America

09/19/2022

by Women of St. Michael, Dallas

Margaret Spellings promoting democrat, Todd. Williams.

See "Ed Spotlight: Todd Williams".





Amplify Raises $215 Million in a Growth Funding Round From Learn Capital, A-Street Ventures, and Current Investor Emerson Collective

Business Wire

10/26/2021


Board Members per article:

  • Emerson Collective Managing Director and XQ Institute CEO, Russlynn Ali

  • Amplify CEO, Larry Berger

  • Monarch Global Strategies President and CEO, Michael Camunez

  • Emerson Collective Managing Director, Brad Powell

  • Former Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings

  • Learn Capital, Rob Hunter

  • A-Street Ventures, Marc Sternberg





5 Ways Americans Can Challenge Schools' Status Quo Amid the Pandemic:

Jeb Bush, Arne Duncan, Margaret Spellings, Shavar Jeffries &. Bart Epstein on a 'Historic Opportunity'

08/24/2020

by T74 Pandemic Interviews

See Arne Duncan of "Ed Spotlight Emerson Collective" (former Sec of Ed to Barack Obama)





LinkedIn

05/16/2019





Amplifying Profits Selling Harmful Pedagogy

by Thomas Ultican

2/19/2020

See "Ed Spotlight: Amplify".

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