The discussion starts at 7 p.m. at the , and it will be broadcast on MCPS TV.
During the event, Starr will answer questions from members of the audience and from viewers at home using e-mail and Twitter, where he tweets under @mcpssuper.
In the book, Pink argues that the key to motivating people is not simply rewarding success but instead engendering a sense of autonomy and purpose.
This is the second of three book club events planned for the school year, and Starr has said that the discussions give him a chance to reach out to the schools' community, students and staff.
"The book clubs will provide a less formal way for us to have a conversation about education and will provide an opportunity for me to share some of my educational philosophy," Starr said in a statement. "I’m looking forward to a great conversation."
If you'd like to be in the audience for the discussion, RSVP to Pio@McpsMd.org.