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Reimagining Education for the Changing Public: From Research to Promising Pedagogy in Racially Diverse Schools

Mon, April 16, 4:05 to 5:35pm, New York Hilton Midtown, Second Floor, Sutton South

Session Type: Invited Speaker Session

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This session foregrounds the research and theory behind professional development for educators working in racially and ethnically diverse schools. Based on the knowledge base informing a summer institute designed by faculty and graduate students at one college of education, this session will inspire other educational researchers who focus on issues of race, pedagogy and inequality to translate their theory into practice and provide the critical frameworks and analysis to foster best practices in racially and culturally diverse schools. The presenters are organized according to the four research-based themes of the summer institute: Why Reimagining?; Racial and Cultural Literacy; Equity Pedagogy; and Culturally Sustaining Leadership.

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