UT Opportunity Forum presents Uniting our Divided City: Racial and Ethnic Divides in Education

Date

February 19, 2016

Time

12:00pm - 1:30pm

Location

Bass Auditorium Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

Contact Info

Description

Austin’s diverse student population offers great potential for the creation of dynamic and inclusive learning environments. However, the racial and economic divides in the city also pose significant challenges for educational access and equity. Join us for the third in our Opportunity Forum 2015-2016 Lunch Series, featuring policymakers, school district stakeholders, and UT faculty working to positively address racial, ethnic, and economic disparities in education in the Austin metropolitan area.

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Panelists include
Ted Gordon
Austin ISD School Board Member
Chair and Associate Professor
Department of African & African
Diaspora Studies

Garrett Groves
Director
Economic Opportunity Program
Center for Public Policy Priorities

Angela Valenzuela
Professor
College of Education

Allen Weeks
Executive Director
Austin Voices for Education & Youth

Moderated by
Terrance Green
Assistant Professor
College of Education

Jennifer Holme
Associate Professor
College of Education

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