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The Institute of Urban Education: 5th Annual Summer Institute

  • University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh 800 Algoma Boulevard Oshkosh, WI, 54901 United States (map)
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The Institute for Urban Education is proud to present the 5th Annual Summer Institute:

A Community of Learners: Equitable Learning Practices in Every Classroom

Call for Proposals

Institute for Urban Education Summer Institute
University of Wisconsin System

If interested in submitting a proposal to present at the conference please complete this google form by May 7, 2018.

Location

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University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh - Sage Hall
800 Algoma Blvd | Oshkosh, WI 54901
Ph: (920) 424-1234

Keynote Speaker

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Paul Gorski
Founder, EdChange;
Associate Professor, Integrative Studies, George Mason University
 


"My professional and spiritual passions lie in building movements and engaging in processes for creating equitable and just organizations, schools, and communities. My goal is continual transformation toward equity and justice within my Self, within our Communities and Schools, and within Society.
In addition to my associate professorship at George Mason University, where I helped found and run an undergraduate program and minor in Social Justice and Human Rights, I am the founder of EdChange, a coalition of educators and activists providing professional development on educational equity, creating free resources for fellow educators and activists, and modeling a commitment to moving beyond celebrating the joys of diversity and toward equity literacy in schools and communities.
I have worked with schools, colleges and universities, community organizations, and other organizations all over the world to help build the competencies and literacies necessary to authenticate diversity and equity efforts."

More Information

For more information contact Dr. Marguerite Penick-Parks at parks@uwosh.edu or Michelle Peplow at peplowm@uwosh.edu.

Later Event: September 26
2018 Equity Leaders Institute