GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney confirms he will be a part of NBC’s Education Nation later this month. “Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams sits down with Romney Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 11amET. The event, at The New York Public, will air live on MSNBC and stream live on EducationNation.com.
“On the ‘Education Nation’ stage, we’ll hear firsthand from Governor Romney about his plan to shape the future of our education system, our workforce and our country’s competitiveness,” says NBC News President Steve Capus.
NBC News launced “Education Nation” in 2010. In that time the initiative has become the country’s largest public conversation about education and opportunity. In addition to the annual summits in New York, “Education Nation” has toured in Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Denver, Atlanta and Miami, where TVNewser caught up with the “Today” show’s Natalie Morales who was moderating one of the sessions.
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