When everyone has a place at the table in education, what are the possibilities? When our educational systems are NOT inclusive, how do we change them?
Dive deeper into these questions and more in a casual evening at The Burl in Lexington as UK College of Education faculty offer an evening of free community talks.
These eight short talks, “When Everyone Has a Place: Understanding Equity in Education,” explore issues surrounding equity in education, such as social inequality, health, racism, deeper learning models, broadening STEM learning, strengthening research and practice, and inclusive education.
MONDAY, MAY 7
375 Thompson Road, Lexington
TUESDAY, MAY 8
Dickey Hall 205
10 – 10:50 a.m.
251 Scott Street, Lexington
Presenters and topics:Jared Stallones, Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction: Schools that Level the Playing Field
Joseph Ferrare, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation: Social Inequality in Education: How Did We Get Here and What Can Be Done?
See last year’s EdTalks here.