A panel discussion over education testing and graduation will be held in Lubbock later this month.

The Community Workforce Partnership will host the Education Testing and Graduation Requirement Reform: The Effect on Workforce Opportunities Panel Discussion and Luncheon on Wednesday, August 21st.

The panel discussion and luncheon will be held from 11:45 until 1:30 p.m. at the Lubbock Scottish Rite building at 1101 70th Street.

The featured speaker will be Curtis Culwell, associate at Moak, Casey, and Associates. Culwell is the former superintendent of both the Garland Independent School District and the Lubbock Independent School District.

After the presentation, Culwell will moderate the panel discussion, which will include Lubbock ISD Superintendent Berhl Robertson and Frenship ISD Superintendent David Vroonland.

The event is hosted by Community Workforce Partnership, a collaborative workforce training and education effort with Workforce Solutions South Plains, the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance, Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, South Plains College, and local school districts.

Reservations are $20 for Lubbock Chamber of Commerce members and $25 for non-members. Reserved tables of eight are also available for $350. The deadline to make reservations is Noon on Thursday, August 15th.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact Diana Fabing at Diana.fabing@lubbockbiz.org or 761-7005.