The Samuel Dewitt Proctor Institute of Leadership, Equity, and Justice Presents: Transgressing Teacher Education Webinar
The U.S. student population continues to grow increasingly racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse, yet the teaching profession remains unchanged, with over 80% white women. Alice Ginsberg’s Transgressing Teacher Education presents strategies, critical questions, and voices of actual teacher candidates that prompt educators to think more critically about their work. This conversation will present the book’s findings and explore strategies for educators wanting to prepare the next generation of teachers to champion social justice and educational equity while actively confronting racist practices in urban education.
Registration link: https://rutgers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IK95omqHTfWzXVuLglXReA
Speakers: Alice Ginsberg, Author and Senior Research Specialist, Rutgers University
Guest speaker/ Interviewer: Lynnette Mawhinney: Professor of Urban Education; Chair of the Department of Urban Education- Rutgers Newark