UTL Spring Forum - Disrupting and Rerouting the School-to-Prison Pipeline

March 14, 2013
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Genrich-Rusling Room
LeChase Hall
University of Rochester's River Campus
Do our schooling policies and practices favor incarceration over education for youth of color and youth with disabilities? Join us for a discussion about the school-to-prison pipeline problem in our community. In this Spring Forum hosted by the Urban Teaching and Leadership Program at the University of Rochester's Warner School of Education and Human Development, five panelists will discuss the school-to-prison pipeline. Panelists will share personal, professional, and community experiences that inform their knowledge about this topic and also share strategies and recommendations for disrupting and rerouting the school-to-prison pipeline. A question and answer session will follow. 
Please join us for this important discussion! 
PANELISTS (updated March 12)

  • Julia White, Assistant Professor of Inclusive Education, Warner School of Education
  • George Moses, Executive Director, NEAD (Northeast Area Development)
  • Michael Occhino, Professional Development and University Partnership Liaison from All City High
  • Rafael Outland, PhD Candidate, Counselor Education

Resources for further information about the school-to-prison pipeline:

Sponsored by the Urban Teaching & Leadership Program at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education. For more information, contact Sandra Quiñones at squinones@warner.rochester.edu or (585) 275-3443.

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