9/25 Webinar on the EDJE Framework, and a few others!

Dear Colleagues:
The following Equity in Education workshops might be of interest to you.  Registration is on a sliding scale of your choice from $0 - $xxx.  I have signed up for all three sessions.
Dear EDJE College- and School District Educators-Have you been wanting to learn more about the "Framework for Assessment and Transformation" that EDJE developed a few years ago and is now being used in several dozen schools of education?  Join our webinar on 9/25!  Description is below, followed by two other upcoming webinars and a conference that might be of interest.  All of the webinars are free and open to the public, so please feel free to share with your colleagues.  I look forward to seeing many of you on 9/25!
1) 9/25 WEBINAR ON EDJE FRAMEWORK:  The national network, Education Deans for Justice and Equity (EDJE), created a vitally important and original "Framework for Assessment and Transformation" that leaders and educators can use to build the capacity of their schools and colleges to advance justice.  In this webinar, I give an overview of EDJE and our framework, five of its guiding principles, and tips on how to use it in your own institution.  This webinar is specifically designed for educational leaders, faculty, and staff in schools and colleges of education, but is open to the public and applicable to a variety of educational institutions.  Registration is required; this webinar will not be recorded.  Friday, September 25, 12:30-1:30pmPST.  To register: https://www.kevinkumashiro.com
2) 9/11 WEBINAR ON CARE-ED BRIEF:  Join Christine Sleeter, Alison Dover, Ruchi Rangnath, Roxana Marachi, and me to discuss the new brief by the California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education (CARE-ED) about "The Shift to Online Education During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic."  Registration is required; this webinar will not be recorded.  Friday, September 11, 12:30-1:30pmPST.  To register: https://www.care-ed.org

3) 9/16 WEBINAR ON WRITING FOR THE MEDIA:  An indispensable way to push critical scholarship and progressive visions into public debate and consciousness-raising is by writing for the media, including through op-eds, letters to the editor, and press releases.  This interactive webinar shares my experiences and examples, and offers tips and resources for you to do so as well!  This webinar is open to the public, and designed specifically for educational practitioners, leaders, scholars, and advocates.  Registration is required; this webinar will not be recorded.  Wednesday, September 16, 12-1pmPST.  To register: https://www.kevinkumashiro.com

4) *EXTENDED* 9/30 DEADLINE FOR CONFERENCE PROPOSALS:  Because the start to the 2020-21 academic year is like no other, I have received requests to extend the deadline to submit your proposals to present at the 10th International Conference on Education and Social Justice (December 4-6, online).  This year, some of the featured sessions include speakers from around the world, tentatively including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Hawai'i, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Sweden, and more!  The new (extended) deadline is Wednesday, September 30.  To submit your proposal: https://www.kevinkumashiro.com
Kevin Kumashiro, Ph.D.
Movement building for equity and justice in education

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