Inaugural Distinguished Lecture in Urban Education
Five Educational Imperatives for Justice
Learn from a nationally renowned and award-winning researcher who will address the intersection of education and social justice. Engage in dialogue with a panel of prominent leaders representing P-12 and higher education, government, and non-profit sectors. This event was held Wednesday, January 16, 2019 and focuses on pressing matters centered on urban education, and discusses implications for policy, curriculum, teaching and learning, and school-community relations.
Welcome and Introduction
- Keith E. Whitfield, Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Wayne State University
- R. Douglas Whitman, Dean, College of Education, Wayne State University
- Roland Sintos Coloma, Assistant Dean, Teacher Education, Wayne State University
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- Milner, H. Richard. (2007). Race, Culture, and Researcher Positionality: Working Through Dangers Seen, Unseen, and Unforeseen. Educational Researcher, 36(7), 388-400.