International Leadership of Texas charter district invites global leaders to present interactive “master class”
Pacific Air Commander General Charles Q. Brown, Jr. will be leading an online interactive streaming masterclass in global leadership for all high school students at ILTexas Charter district from the flagship campus of ILTexas High Garland School.
WHAT / WHEN:
9:45-10:30 a.m. CST Friday, September 27
Masterclass for Students
Brown, a four-star general, will be addressing students live at ILTexas Garland High School, who will host an interactive masterclass via livestream broadcast with ILTexas high schools in College Station, Lancaster DeSoto, Arlington Grand Prairie, Keller Saginaw, Katy Westpark (Houston) and Windmill Orem (Houston).
10:30 – 11 a.m. CST
General Brown will be addressing media members live in person and by telephone appointment at ILTexas Garland High School following the masterclass. For an appointment, contact Malinda Mason Miller, 214.668.8168.
ILTexas Garland High School
4413 N. Shiloh Road, Garland, TX 75044
The livestream masterclass event will be broadcast to all ILTexas High School campuses, where students will ask questions and interact from their hometown. Parents, teachers and media are invited to “attend” the Youtube live event. Media wishing for access live at the ILTexas Garland High School must register in advance.
International Leadership of Texas, a public charter school district with more than 19,000 students in north and south Texas, wants its students to be on the cutting edge of global leadership.
Past leaders to address ILTexas high school students have included President Vicente Fox of Mexico, and United States Senator and former Ambassador to China Max Baucus, and former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd of Australia, who addressed students via Facebook live event from his office in New York City.
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About International Leadership of Texas
Founded in 2012 by former Dallas Independent School District high school principal Eddie Conger, ILTexas opened its first school in 2013 with over 2,500 students, making it the largest first-year charter in the history of Texas. Since 2013, the district has grown from two schools in North Texas to nineteen schools and more than 19,000 students across north and south Texas. For more information, visit, iltexas.org.