"Stapled to the back of these explanations is a highlighted section from the tentative schedule for the convention."
"Stapled to the back of ..." is a participle phrase, right? Is it acting as the subject of the sentence? So, then, it would be a gerund and would have a singular verb follow, right?
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The subject is 'a highlighted section'; if you reverse the word order, you'll see:
A highlighted section is stapled to the back...