The Institute for Education will host the second Open Government Reception.  It will be hosted by H.E. Geir H. Haarde of Iceland with special guests Matt Lira  (Senior Advisor at the Office of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy), Aneesh Chopra (Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer), and Macon Phillips  (Former Digital Strategist to President Obama & Secretary Kerry). The April 25, 2017 will be held at the…

The Institute for Education will hold its annual State of the INFO Salon with Mayor Muriel Bowser, District of Columbia.  The evening salon will be hosted by H.E. Kenichiro Sasae of the Embassy of Japan at the residence. By invitation only.  About our Speaker: Muriel Bowser serves as Washington, DC’s seventh elected Mayor.  Sworn in on January 2,…

IFE and Senator Thad Cochran (R-Mississippi) hosts Diplomats in the Senate Dining Room of the U.S. Capital to discuss current global affairs. Next to the White House Mess or wherever President Trump takes his meals these days, it’s the most exclusive dining room in Washington. Surrounded by instantly recognizable faces those lucky souls invited to breakfast…

Join us on February 24th to learn more about CS@SC and how it is shaping our youth for tomorrow! Empowering future generations to build on the successes of those before them is what makes our country great. That empowerment comes through education and a willingness to nurture the curiosity, diversity, and intelligence of our nation’s children.…

On January 31, 2017 the Institute for Education celebrated the bipartisan effort to tap into the country’s technology expertise and promote an open government. Republicans and Democrats joined IFE’s Innovation Team in advocating for collaboration, soft diplomacy, and common ground. The reception was graciously hosted by the Ambassador of Colombia H.E. Juan Carlos Pinzón with special…

BY KATHY KEMPER, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR – Posted The Hill | 01/23/17 @07:20 PM EST © Getty Images With not even an hour of his presidency to spare, then-President Obama huddled in the holding room in the Capitol, just off the balcony, steps from where then-President-elect Trump would take the oath of office. In this unusual setting,…

By Kathy Kemper | 01/23/2017 12:40 pm ET With not even an hour of his presidency to spare, Barack Obama huddled in the holding room in the U.S. Capitol, just off the balcony, steps from where Donald Trump would take the oath of office. In this unusual setting, the outgoing President signed H.R. 39, the TALENT…