Paul Tough

Writer & Speaker

Appearances


Paul speaks on a number of topics, including education, child development, parenting, and community-building. For questions about lectures and speaking engagements, please contact Charles Yao, Director of Speakers at the Lavin Agency, at info@thelavinagency.com. For more information, please visit the Lavin Agency’s speaker’s page for Paul.


Past

Mar 27 2020

Yonkers, NY

Time: 9:00am

CANCELLED – Yonkers Public Education Summit

Paul will discuss The Years That Matter Most in a keynote speech at the annual education summit hosted by Yonkers Partners in Education. Yonkers Riverfront Library, 1 Larkin Center. More Information (and to register) > [THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.]


Mar 26 2020

New York, NY

Time: 2:30pm

CANCELLED – Keynote at Student Mental Health Conference

Paul will discuss The Years That Matter Most in a keynote speech at “Integrated Approaches and Innovative Responses: Academic and Student Affairs Partnerships for Student Mental Health,” a conference sponsored by Fordham University. Lincoln Center Campus, Leon Lowenstein 12th Floor Lounge, 113 West 60th Street. More Information > [THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.]


Nov 7 2019

New York, NY

Time: 6:30pm

Discussion at iMentor Event

Paul will discuss The Years That Matter Most in conversation with Mike O’Brien at an event sponsored by iMentor. In the Citi auditorium at 388 Greenwich Street. More Information (and to register) >


Sep 10 2019

Brooklyn, NY

Time: 7:30pm

The Years That Matter Most at Greenlight Bookstore (with Max Linsky)

Paul will discuss The Years That Matter Most in conversation with Max Linsky, the co-host of the Longform podcast, at the Greenlight Bookstore at 686 Fulton Street in Fort Greene. More Information >


Sep 9 2019

New York, NY

Time: 7:00pm

The Years That Matter Most at Barnes & Noble

Paul will discuss The Years That Matter Most at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at 86th Street and Lexington Ave. More Information >


Mar 9 2015

Dobbs Ferry, NY

Time: 9:00am

Keynote Address and Panel Discussion at Mercy College

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote speech and moderate a panel discussion at Student Success Revolution, a forum on the college attainment gap, at Mercy College. More Information >


Sep 9 2014

New York, NY

Time: 4:15pm

New York Times Schools for Tomorrow Conference

Paul will moderate a panel on “Who Finishes College?,” along with panelists David Laude, Jeff Nelson, and Catherine Ntube, at the fourth annual New York Times Schools for Tomorrow Conference, held at the TimesCenter in New York. More Information >


Jul 30 2013

New York, NY

Time: 9:00am

Keynote Address at PASE@Pace Conference

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote address at the 2013 conference of the Partnership for After School Education at PACE University, One Pace Plaza. More Information >


Jul 29 2013

Ithaca, NY

Time: 9:00am

Ithaca Professional Development Institute

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed at the Ithaca City School District’s annual Professional Development Institute. Ithaca High School, 1401 North Cayuga Street. More Information >


Jul 13 2013

Amagansett, NY

Time: 6:00pm

Talk at Amagansett Library

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed at the Amagansett Library, 215 Main Street. Seating is limited; please register in advance by calling Francine Lane at (631) 267-3810. More Information >


Apr 10 2013

New York, NY

Time: 1:30pm

Speech at Student Mindsets and Motivation Symposium

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed as part of “Student Mindsets and Motivation: Attitudes, Stress and Performance,” a symposium for educators that will be held in Alfred J. Lerner Hall on the Columbia University campus, at 115th Street and Broadway. More Information >


Dec 5 2012

New York, NY

Time: 7:30pm

Panel Discussion at the JCC

Paul will discuss grit, character, and How Children Succeed with David Levin, co-founder of KIPP, and Dominic Randolph, head of the Riverdale Country School, at the Jewish Community Center in New York City as part of the JCC’s Learning Matters conversation series hosted by John Merrow. 334 Amsterdam Ave at 76th St. More Information (and Tickets) >