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
- URBAN Meetings at 2014 AERA Conference
URBAN will host a general meeting as well as several events at the upcoming AERA conference in Philadelphia from April 3-7. Click here to view the full URBAN program! Read more below! Thanks to the 2013-2014 URBAN planning team for putting this meeting together. Click here to view the meeting agenda. General URBAN AERA Meeting Sunday April 6, 2014, 4:00pm ...
- Research Justice: A Symposium Exploring Community Engaged Scholarship
The American Cultures Engaged Scholarship program at the University of California, Berkeley and the DataCenter invite proposals for Research Justice: A Symposium Exploring Community Engaged Scholarship, taking place April 24, 2014 at the University of California, Berkeley. The Symposium will hold a critical conversation about university-community partnerships that take the form of community engaged scholarship, particularly focusing ...
- Postdoctoral Scholar Opportunity with CCREC
The Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California (CCREC) at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for the position of Postdoctoral Scholar for a Spencer Foundation funded project on ethical issues in community-based research, under the direction of Ronald D. Glass, CCREC PI/Director and Professor of Philosophy of Education. The Postdoctoral ...
- National Day of Action to Reclaim the Promise of Public Education
On December 9, parents, students and educators in cities and towns across the country will mobilize in public action as part of the National Day of Action to Reclaim the Promise of Public Education: Our Schools, Our Solutions. Read more here Image by National Opportunity to Learn Campaign
- How Students Are Leading Us
Philadelphia’s students have long been a major force in the battle for public education, and for the past decade and a half they have fought valiantly against the encroachment of neoliberalism, the idea that market-based logic can solve non-market problems more efficiently and effectively than governmental or public sector agencies. Leading this charge have been ...