NPE and the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate

The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate has interfered with my being able to attend the Network for Public Education Conference in Chicago on April 25 & 26.


I paid my fee, had my panel accepted, and then…

“Curse you, Flying Fickle Finger of Fate!” said I. (You may not be terribly upset by this news, but I am mightily miffed.)

If Fate has not kept you away, please walk, run, swim, cycle, drive, scooter, bus, choo-choo, fly or materialize to THE education conference filled with those who know the power and the promise of public education in America. (Details HERE.)

If for whatever reason Fate has denied you the opportunity to attend the conference –

“You can STILL watch the event unfold LIVE online, thanks to Vincent Precht at Just head over to on Saturday morning at 8:30 am Central time and tune in. Almost like being there!”


“Hah! Take THAT, you Flying Fickle Finger of Fate! I will watch the NPE Conference LIVE online, and my mind will soar.”
(Pass the message along to family and friends.)

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6 Responses to NPE and the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate

  1. retiredbutmissthekids says:

    Sorry you’re 4F, Ken–we will miss you, but I, for one, promise you a report back!
    Anyway, enjoy your warm weather, ’cause no one here will be enjoying any (low 50s/high 30s & rain Sat.!). So, all you folks headed to Chicago, pack your warm duds! (And–the Windy City is windier by the lake, which is where The Drake is.)

    • Ken Previti says:

      Remember to ask questions about wage theft and pensions in every panel you attend. You know what you are doing, and you do it best.

  2. irashor says:

    Hello! I sure hope no illness or injury to you or loved ones is the reason. You count to us a lot. We need you.

  3. Fred Klonsky says:

    We may not be doing your pension panel Ken, but you can count on me talking pensions on the panel I am on.

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