Implications of De/Segregation and School Choice

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Aug 6 2019 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
ET
Online
Audience: 
Public

In this EquiLearn Virtual Roundtable hosted by Dr. Terah Venzant Chambers, there will be a guided panel discussion centering school choice concerns and segregation within schools. The panel, consisting of faculty and community members, will provide a historical backdrop of school choice and segregation policies and effects over time—with a particular focus on how suburban schools can better support students affected, and the impact on urban schools.

 

This Virtual Roundtable will assist participants in:

  • Understanding the historical influences on contemporary de/segregation patterns
  • Understanding the connection between school choice policies and de/segregation patterns
  • Understanding considerations school board members and other school leaders and community members can pursue to address these issues.

 

Following this virtual roundtable, you will be able to:

  • Articulate historical contexts of these issues
  • Identify and discuss policy outcomes
  • Know how to act to address these issues

 

Accessibility

  • Recorded Episodes with Closed Captions
  • Downloadable Transcriptions

 

About Dr. Terah Venzant Chambers

Dr. Terah Venzant Chambers is an Associate Professor of Educational Administration at Michigan State University, where she is Co-Director of the Urban Education Graduate Certificate and Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership (DEL) Program. Dr. Chambers is also an Equity Fellow for the Region III Equity Assistance Center, the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center). Dr. Chambers conducts research in the area of urban educational leadership and post-Brown K-12 educational policy, and teaches courses on leadership for social justice and urban education.