Join a conversation about the reimagining of an antiracist inclusive education through scholarship and community partnership. Hosted by the Orange Holmes Scholars. Featuring:
- Nicole Heath G’10: Vice Principal, Lincoln Middle School, Syracuse City School District
- Tara Jennings G’15: Assistant Superintendent, Secondary Schools and CTE, Syracuse City School District; doctoral student, Educational Leadership
- Meg Gardner, Ph.D., G’17, G’19: Senior Lecturer and Director of Teacher Education Programs, Colgate University
- Jeffery A. Mangram, Ph.D., ’88, G’89, G’06: Associate Professor of Social Studies Education, Syracuse University School of Education
This panel builds off of AACTE’s (American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education) 75th Annual Meeting focus of revolutionizing the future of education with commitments to remembering the past in order to revolutionize and innovate a more radically just future. In line with current initiatives like those to better engage and partner with the surrounding community of Syracuse, our schools, and the education community at large, this panel speaks to current discourse on educator preparation, retention, and the practical realities of redesigning education in ways that reflect our commitments to an antiracist inclusive education.
This event was first published on November 29, 2022 and last updated on December 1, 2022.