July 3rd, 2012

The April 10th conversation, “NYS Dream Act: Educational Equity for Undocumented New Yorkers,” with Senator Bill Perkins and Assemblyman Guillermo Linares has been featured on Teacher College’s Website. You can find the article here. You can also access the video below on the Videos page, along with other content, under “Teacher” > “Critical Pedagogy” on the side-bar or click the link here.

July 1st, 2012

If you were unable to attend the 2012 AERA conference in Vancouver, Canada, the video is posted below. You can also view it on the Videos page, along with other content, under “Teacher” > “Critical Pedagogy” on the side-bar or click the link, here.

IUME Director Ernest Morrell: Pedagogies of Change and the Future of Critical Research

Following the presentations of UCLA scholars who shared their action-research at the 2012 AERA Conference, IUME Director, Dr. Morrell, spoke about the “pedagogies of change” and the future of critical research.

June 29th, 2012

Join us for “Envisioning Possibilities: Embracing the Core” where we will delve into the common core standards, build important connections, and unearth the ways in which we can comply with federal and state requirements, while utilizing the tools at our disposal to adhere to our core beliefs about teaching and learning in order to provide students the educational foundation they deserve.

July 9, 2012 

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

Pike Freshman Center

6901 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, IN

46268

To register click here.

For more information & the conference flier click here.

June 12th, 2012

May 31st, 2012

The Parent Leadership Project, Metro Center at NYU, New York Appleseed, Participatory Action Research Center for Education Organizing, Public Science Project of the CUNY Graduate Center, and Teacher College’s Institute for Urban and Minority Education proudly present:

A COMMUNITY FORUM on the 

Challenges Facing District 3 Schools 

&

A Simultaneous, Multi-Age 

CHILDREN’S PROGRAM 

by Regeneración Childcare Collective

District 3 is one of the most diverse school districts in NYC and one of the most segregated.  The District recently received an $11.3 million magnet grant to reduce “racial isolation.”

District 3 schools have also been subject to co-location of its public schools through the expansion of charter schools.

Please join us to learn more about Community Controlled Choice: an admissions policy and school assignment plan that addresses these issues and works to ensure that ALL of our public schools thrive.

Thursday, June 7th, 5:30–7 PM

PS 75 (735 West End Avenue at 96th Street)

Speakers include:

Michael Alves, Controlled Choice expert & consultant to school districts across the country; John C. Brittain, Professor of Law (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law)

Lisa Donlan, President, CEC District One, NYC

Moderator:

Damon Hewitt, Director of the Education Practice, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

Contact: parentleadershipprojeect@gmail.com for more information.