Confronting the Impact of Segregated Schooling Through Policy and Curricular Change

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Genrich-Rusling Room, LeChase Hall 215
University of Rochester's River Campus
Presented by the Warner School's K-12 School Leadership Program

About the Speakers

Kara Finnigan, PhD, is a professor of educational leadership and policy at the University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education, where she directs the graduate programs in education policy. She recently co-authored Striving in Common: A Regional Equity Framework for Urban Schools.
 
Shane Wiegand is a fourth grade teacher in the Rush-Henrietta Central School District, where he developed a presentation and curriculum on the local history of racist policy and resistance. He serves on the boards of the City Roots Community Land Trust and Connected Communities, and is an adjunct instructor in the Department of Neurology at the University of Rochester. 

School and district administrators are encouraged to bring an aspiring leadership candidate for an opportunity to also learn more about the certificate programs in School Building Leadership and School District Leadership offered at the Warner School of Education. 
Please RSVP to kkopatz@warner.rochester.edu. For any accommodation needs, please contact Mary Judge at (585) 275-2454 or email mjudge@warner.rochester.edu. 

This free event is co-sponsored by the University of Rochester’s Center for Professional Development and Education Reform, the Center for Urban Education Success, the Center for Learning in the Digital Age, and the Center for Disability and Education




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