Presented by Dr. Antoinette Linton, CSUF and Dr. Miguel Zavala, CSULA on April 22, 2024

This webinar invites teacher educators to reflect on their role and purpose in supporting the preparation of Ethnic Studies teachers in K-12 contexts and how educational leadership can follow suit in preparing school leaders to better serve these new Ethnic Studies teachers.

Facilitated by: Dr. Alejandro Gonzalez Ojeda & Dr. Rachael Stewart, San Diego State University on March 21, 2024

In this session, educators will explore the dimensions of belonging, and the actions they can take to foster a healthy and safe school environment for all students to thrive. 


Presented by Dr. Laura Owen and Dr. Diana Camilo from CEPA on November 28, 2023

Presented by Dr. Natalie Edirmanasinghe, CSULB and Dr. Ian Levy, Manhattan College on October 26, 2023

We will explore the transformative potential of Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) and its capacity to empower students in their educational journey. Participants will explore the process of engaging youth in the YPAR process and provide practical examples of how YPAR can be used to promote positive systemic change in school communities

Presented by Dr. Brent Duckor & Dr. Carrie Holmberg, San Jose State University and The Center for Innovation in Applied Educational Policy (IAEP) on May 24, 2023

Presentation by Dr. Kia Darling-Hammond (CEO: Wise Chipmunk LLC), Dr. Bre Evans-Santiago (Chair of Teacher Education, CSU Bakersfield), and Sharoon Negrete Gonzalez (Independent Researcher) on March 23, 2023

Presented by Dr. Brent Duckor, San Jose State University on May 4, 2022

Dr. Duckor presented an insightful webinar about the legacy of authentic assessment and its role in urban public schools in the 1990s

Presented by Dr. Brent Duckor, Dr. Lorri Capizzi from San Jose State University and the CSU Guardian Scholars: Briana Anguiano, Michael Bries, Hannah Davidson, and Jennifer Tai on June 15, 2021

Learn from a panel of CSU Guardian Scholars (former foster youth) about beneficial supports they found valuable in transitioning from high school to post-secondary education. This webinar included student insights about relevant supports that make a difference for both classroom and school based outcomes. 

Presented by Shimica Gaskins of GRACE/End Child Poverty CA, Dr. Alicia Montgomery of the Center for Powerful Public Schools and Jenny Vu of Los Angeles Education Partnership on November 16, 2022

Our presenters shared updates on the Community Schools movement and California's investment of $3Billion to expand community schools across the state. They also explored how Community Schools can be a pathway to supporting ending child and family poverty

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