Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig to speak truth to TFA power
EngagED event featuring Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig, an award-winning professor who has conducted research on Teach for America at Stanford University and the National Educational Policy Center.
Dr. Vasquez Heilig will be speaking on a panel with 2 TFA alumni and a current TFA corps member.
Refreshments from Porto’s Bakery will be served.
This event is part of EngagED – EdMonth’s Weekly Discussion Seminar Series, where we provide a weekly discussion space for students to learn about and engage with a certain hot topic in education.
Education and the Power of the Media on Politics Or Pedagogy? with John Cromshow
Featuring an analysis of education, policy and practice affecting our public schools.
KPFK 90.7 FM
Politics or Pedagogy? with John Cromshow
Friday, January 16, 2014
6:30 – 7:30 PM
Call in number: (818) 985-5735
Education and the Power of the Media
Cynthia Liu, Ph.D. (K-12 News Network)
Lisa Karahalios (LAUSD Teacher)
Cheryl Ortega (LAUSD Teacher)
Scott Folsom (4LAKIDS)
Dick Price and Sharon Kyle (LAProgressive)
Robert D. Skeels (Solidaridad)
Attached is a link to An Open Letter to America from a Public School Teacher (12/12/2014) by Michael Mau. He took an important first step which we want to make part of the conversation about public education in 2015. Please read his letter and share it with others.
An Evening with Professor Antonia Darder: Freire and Education
Wednesday, January 21 at 5:30pm
William H. Hannon Library, Von der Ahe Family Suite (Level 3)
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
One of the most influential
educational philosophers of our times, Paulo Freire contributed to a
revolutionary understanding of education as an empowering and
democratizing force in the lives of the disenfranchised. In this deeply
personal introduction to the man and his ideas, Antonia Darder reflects
on how Freire’s work has illuminated her own life practices and thinking
as an educator and activist. Including both personal memories and a
never-before published, powerful dialogue with Freire himself, Darder
offers a unique “analysis of solidarity,” in mind and spirit. A
heartfelt look at the ways Freire can still inspire a critically
intellectual and socially democratic life, this book is certain to open
up his theories in entirely new ways, both to those already familiar
with his work and those coming to him for the first time.
brought to you by the LMU School of Education Doctoral Program in
Educational Leadership for Social Justice and the William H. Hannon
Schools Los Angeles Students Deserve (SLASD) January General Assembly
Schools Los Angeles Students Deserve (SLASD) General Assembly
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Lots of potentially exciting organizing is coming up this year for the Schools LA Students Deserve Grassroots Coalition. We hope that you all can join students, parents, and teachers as we continue to fight for a socially just schools and communities!
SAVE THE DATE!!! UTLA Rally at Pershing Square!
Building on our successful November 20 regional actions, UTLA members will rally in downtown L.A. to put pressure on LAUSD to offer us a fair contract. The rally is 5 days before the School Board election. We need 100% participation to send a strong message to the District.Click here for reuse options!
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