Education Reform, Communities, and Social Justice: Exploring the Intersections

Posted by Rutgers University on March 26, 2018

Registration is now open for the third annual research conference on Education Reform, Communities, and Social Justice: Exploring the Intersections, which will be held at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University on Friday, May 18th, 2018.

The conference will showcase two dozen research papers and a lunch plenary of distinguished scholars and educators who will discuss the intersection of education policy and equity. Specifically, the plenary will focus on national trends in school funding, school segregation, and restorative practices and school discipline, and will feature Professor Bruce Baker of the Rutgers Graduate School of Education, Professor Elise Boddie of Rutgers Law School, Newark, and Tyler E. Brewster, MS Ed, Co-Founder of Peer Connect.

Registration is $25 and includes breakfast, lunch, and a wine and cheese reception.

An agenda for the day is available on the website. Registration is on a first come basis and spots are limited.

Please use this link to register:

[Note: PHENND K-16 Partnerships Manager Caitlin Fritz will be presenting at this conference.]

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