Presented by Dr. John Nelson, Former Superintendent, Chula Vista Elementary School District (CA); and Kevin Baird, Chief Academic Officer, Achieve3000
Featuring Frederick Joseph, author and activist; Jelani Alladin, artist; and David Cox, Creative Marketing Writer/Producer at HBO. Moderated by Michelle Luhtala, a school librarian.
Presented by Mike Marvel, Ph.D., Manager of Product Development, Flinn Scientific
Presented by Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair, New Canaan High School (CT); Anna Morris, Manager of Collection Management, Mackin Educational Resources; and Megan Mabee, TBR Bibliologist and Writing Contributor at Book Riot, and Library Secretary at New Canaan High School (CT)
Presented by Katie Novak, Ed.D., Founder and Executive Director, Novak Educational Consulting; Mirko Chardin, Education Consultant, Novak Educational Consulting; Rachel Kruzel, Territory Director, Texthelp; and Joni Degner, Territory Director, Texthelp
Presented by Andratesha Fritzgerald, UDL Consultant, Building Blocks of Brilliance, and Author of Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning: Building Expressways to Success; Rachel Kruzel, Territory Director, Texthelp; and Joni Degner, Territory Director, Texthelp
Presented by Pam Allyn, Co-Founder, Dewey; Dr. Ernest Morrell, Professor and Associate Dean of Humanities and Equity, Notre Dame University; and Yalitza Vasquez, Co-Founder, Dewey
Presented by James Bridgeforth, Research Associate, USC Race and Equity Center and USC Rossier Center on Education Policy, Equity, and Governance; and Bianca Licata, Professional Development Associate, Center for Technology and School Change at Teachers College, Columbia University
Presented by Cathlin Goulding, Ed.D., Co-Director, YURI: An Asian American Education Project, and Teacher, Adolescent Social Studies Program, City University of New York; Freda Lin, Co-Director, YURI: An Asian American Education Project, and Teacher; and Kristina Kirtley, Senior Producer, Content and Youth Engagement, WNET New York Public Media
School systems, school buildings and classroom leaders have the opportunity to model methods to promote racial justice. The approaches will vary, from courageous conversations in the classroom to inclusive, student-centered school design.