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2019-2020 Conversations

2018-2019 Conversations

  • The 2018 Elections: What do they mean for American Educations? - November 27, 2018
    Domingo Morel assistant professor, political science, Rutgers University; visiting scholar, Annenberg Institute for School Reform, Brown University; Michael Petrilli, president, Thomas B. Fordham Institute; research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution; executive editor, Education Next; distinguished senior fellow, Education Commission of the States; Randi Weingarten, president, American Federation of Teachers and Albert Shanker Institute; Moderator: Michelle Ringuette, assistant to the president for labor, government & political affairs, American Federation of Teachers.
  • Civic Education: Is there common ground? - March 13, 2019
    Leo Casey, Executive Director, Albert Shanker Institute; Peter Levine, Research Professor in Philosophy, Tisch College Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs, and Research Professor in the Tufts Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute at Tufts University; Jessica Marshall, co-author, “Let’s Go There: Making A Case for Race, Ethnicity and a Lived Civics Approach to Civic Education;" doctoral candidate, Northwestern University; former Director of Social Science and Civic Engagement for the Chicago Public Schools; Robert Pondiscio, Senior Fellow and Vice President for External Affairs, Thomas B. Fordham Institute; Joe Rogers, Director of Public Engagement and Government Affairs, Center for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University; Moderator: Marla Ucelli-Kashyap, Assistant to the President for Educational Issues, American Federation of Teachers. 
  • Teaching: Art, Craft or Science? - April 10, 2019
    Anthony Bryk, President, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; Elizabeth Davis, President, Washington Teachers Union, AFT; Andy Hargreaves, Research Professor, Boston College; Distinguished Visiting Professorship, Hong Kong University; and Visiting Professor, University of Ottawa and the University of Stavanger; Andrea Worthington-Garcia, National Board Certified Teacher of ESOL, International High School at Langley Park; Moderator: Marla Ucelli-Kashyap, Assistant to the President for Educational Issues, American Federation of Teachers.
  • Teaching sexual consent and egalitarian relationships in a Me Too era - May 8, 2018
    Malcolm Davis, Teacher, Baltimore City Public Schools and member, Baltimore Teachers Union; Janella Hinds, Vice President for Academic High Schools, United Federation of Teachers; Stephanie Hoover, Research Scientist, Center for Health Equity Research, University of North Carolina; Ariana Kelly, member, Maryland House of Delegates, District 16; Moderator: Leo Casey, Executive Director, Albert Shanker Institute.



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