The URBAN Education node is comprised of scholars and practitioners from across the United States whose work cuts across disciplines and methodologies to address issues related to educational equity.
Email the Education node here.
The Education Node Co-Chairs can be reached for:
Ana Antunes: Graduate Students/Mentoring Questions
Sarah Hobson: Publishing and Communications Questions
Joy Howard: AERA Planning Questions
- Professor Ben Kirshner’s New Book: “Youth Activism in an Era of Education Inequality”
Youth Activism in an Era of Education Inequality BEN KIRSHNER (NYU Press) ($27, paper). The book is part of NYU’s Qualitative Studies in Psychology series. See below for a blurb. It is available for order from NYU Press or other fine stores. This is what democracy looks like: Youth organizers in Colorado negotiate new school discipline policies to end the school ...
- Assistant/Associate Professor, Leadership in Education
The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Massachusetts Boston invites applications for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor of Urban Education, Leadership, and Policy Studies in the Leadership in Education Department to begin September 1, 2016. The successful candidate’s research and teaching expertise will be in pre-K to 12 urban education ...
- URBAN website survey
As announced in the last newsletter, National URBAN is in the process of moving to CUNY this fall. As part of this transition, we are reaching out to local and disciplinary nodes and members in a number of ways. One of our first goals is to find out more about how you currently use (or don’t ...
- Tenure-Track Position in Educational Administration at University of MA Boston
A new tenure-track position in Educational Administration os open at the University of MA Boston. Please share this opportunity with any recent doctoral graduates, K-12 school leaders or new faculty who might be interested. https://umb.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=65264&CNTRNO=0&TSTMP=1445976128227
- Policy Review Document for Black Civil Rights Organizations
A request from Dr. J. Philip Thompson of MIT for critique, recommendations, and contributions to a policy review he is crafting, which aims to identify commonalities and differences in policy positions amongst Black organizations and to stimulate conversations that may develop into a unified agenda as we move into the 2016 election year. Dear Friends: I am ...