San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Race, Class, and Inequality in American Education:
Placing the Local in Context
Thursday, April 9:
4-5:30 P.M.: Keynote Wisconsin Idea Room, Education Building, 1000 Bascom Mall.
Welcome: Stacey Lee, Professor Educational Policy StudiesResponse:
- Karl Alexander, Research Professor of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
Friday, April 10th:
8:30-9:00 AM: Coffee & Continental Breakfast
9-11:30: (Re)Framing the Discourse on Racial and Economic Disparities in
Student Achievement Great Hall (4th Floor) Memorial Union
Welcome: Dean Julie Underwood
- Erica Nelson and Torry Winn, co-authors, Race to Equity Report
- Karen Menendez Coller, Executive Director, Centro Hispano of Dane Co.
- Decoteau Irby, Assistant Professor of Administrative Leadership, UW Milwaukee
- John Diamond, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, UW Madison
Response/Concluding Remarks, Adam Nelson, Professor of Educational Policy Studies
11:45-1:00: Graduate Student Presentations Education Building, rooms 290, 299, 298 and 291
1:10-3:30: Possibilities for Change: Spotlighting Local Practices Great Hall (4th Floor) Memorial Union
Welcome: Lesley Bartlett, Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies
- Aydin Bal, Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education
- Tony Dugas, Principal, O’Keefe Middle School, MMSD
- Ananda Mirilli, Restorative Justice Director, YWCA
- Sara Goldrick-Rab, Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Founding Director of The Wisconsin HOPE Lab
- Everett Mitchell, Director of Community Relations, UW Madison
Response/Concluding Remarks, Michael Apple, Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Curriculum & Instruction
3:30-4:15 Shuttles to UW South Madison Partnership, 2312 S. Park St.
4:30-6 Closing Speaker and Reception at UW South Madison Partnership
Introduction of Speaker: Bianca Baldridge, Assistant Professor of Educational Policy Studies
Closing Speaker: David Stovall, Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies & African American Studies, University of Illinois, Chicago: "Troubling our Research: Moving Towards Struggle, Community Accountability and Justice".