Article examines the role professional development plays in supporting Black women educators

Doctoral candidate Tanisha Lisle-Johnson and Dr. Rita Kohli published “Critical Black women educators: Resisting the racial and ideological marginality of K–12 teaching through critical professional development” in Theory Into Practice.

Cultivating spaces of community, healing, and resilience through K-12 Ethnic Studies

Register for this upcoming workshop, presented by UCR Teacher Education Program's Ethnic Studies Speaker Series and the Institute for Teachers of Color, Thursday, Feb. 18.
Day of Giving

GSOE round-up

Congratulations to Arturo Nevárez, a doctoral candidate in the Education, Society and Culture program. Nevárez received a two-year fellowship from the Branch Alliance for Educator Diversity along with a $5000 stipend. In this fellowship, he will collaborate as a co-researcher on a project with a BranchED scholar on transformative scholarship related to diversifying the teaching...

Students launch Future Teachers of Color Committed to Racial Justice

Read our interview with President and GSOE graduate student Andrea Carreno Cortez.
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