Community Advocacy in/for Education, CSSE Preconference May 27, 2017 OISE, Room 5-230, Toronto

Join us from 9 – 4:30 for a working conference on ed advocacy. Speakers include:

Wake Up York Region!: Profiling the Voices of Youth Pushed Out of the Education System Herleen Singh, Laidlaw Foundation Fellow

Listening to Indigenous Children in Care with Multiple School Changes: Lessons for Educators Landy Ing-Anderson, York University

Measuring What Matters: Broadening How We Define Success for Students in Schools Dave Cameron, People for Education

How Does Context Impact Policy Advocacy in/for Education? Sue Winton, York University

Interrupting Systemic Classism in Education,  Yvonne Kelly, Community Resource Facilitator, York Region District School Board

Advocacy from the Inside Out: Employing School Board Data to Advance System Change Gillian Parekh, Toronto District School Board

Advocacy for Social Justice in Schools in Spain, Charles L. Slater, California State University Long Beach

Recognizing Colonial Complicity & Reclaiming the Treaty Partner Identity in Canadian Classrooms, Janet Csontos, York University

School Principal’s Leadership in Francophone Minority and Ethnocultural, Linguistic and Religious Diversity Settings, J.-S. Landry, & A. Gélinas-Proulx, Université du Québec en Outaouais

Welcoming Communities to Support Our Children, Cathy Hands & Karen Julien, Brock University

Teachers’ Perspectives on the Impact of Contemporary Policy on Professional Autonomy, Paul Bocking, York University

Re-forming School Technology: Thinking about Advocacy as Assemblage Work, Terry Wilkinson, York University

Educational Advocacy: Working on School-Community Connections, Patricia Briscoe, Niagara University

Furthering Community-Based, Educational Activism amid U.S. Government Repression, Camille M. Wilson, Naomi Mae, & Carolyn Hetrick, University of Michigan

Responsibility, Fantasy, Conflict: Researching the Emotional Significance of Parents’ Educational Policy Advocacy, Lauren Jervis, York University

Parent Advocacy and Empowerment in a Globalized World,  Lauri Johnson, Boston College


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