Divided schools can lead to divided communities. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Watch this webinar on-demand to learn about the great social and academic benefits integrated schools can bring to communities and successful strategies happening in the field today. Provided by the IDRA EAC-South.*
Our Visiting Scholar was Erica Frankenberg, Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education and Demography, Co-Director, Center for Education and Civil Rights, Pennsylvania State University. She will discuss what the research says on the state of school resegregation in America, benefits of integrated schooling and strategies for achieving integrated schooling.
A panel followed to discuss responses from the field with…
Chris Weber, MS, PMP, Director, Student Assignment Services at Metro Nashville Public Schools.
Beth Cochran, Ed.D., Senior Director of Magnet & Curriculum Enhancement Programs, Wake County Public School System, North Carolina
Glen Carrozza, Senior Director of the Office of Student Assignment, Wake County Public School System, North Carolina
Moderator: David G. Hinojosa, J.D., Director, IDRA EAC-South.
Originally held January 10, 2018, at 11:30 am to 1:00 pm CST
*The IDRA EAC-South provides technical assistance and training to build capacity of state and local education agencies to serve their diverse student populations. The IDRA EAC-South is one of four regional equity assistance centers and serves Region II, which covers Washington, D.C., and 11 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
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