University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, College of Education
University Laboratory School
What does it mean, in this historical moment, to advance equity and justice in education as a form of movement building? How shall we critically examine even as we collectively imagine and dive into the paradoxes, the presumptions, and the promises of education as a public good and a core institution in a democratic society? The International Conference on Education and Social Justice offers a unique space for movement building around such questions as we highlight research, curriculum, and initiatives, develop innovative resources, build networks, and nurture hope. We aim to draw together educators from across Hawai‘i, the United States, and the world with diverse experiences and expertise alongside shared commitments and priorities. This 9th Conference focuses on fostering conversations about works-in-progress to develop our collective capacity to critically self-reflect, collaboratively theorize, and courageously build.
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