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The Illusive Quest for Social Justice in the Schoolhouse

The Illusive Quest for Social Justice in the Schoolhouse

The Illusive Quest for Social Justice in the Schoolhouse

Speaker: Dr. Terri N. Watson The City College of New York

Terri N. Watson is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at The City College of New York and a member of the Urban Education faculty at The City University of New York’s Graduate Center. She is a New Yorker and began her career in 1994 at a middle school in East Harlem. Her current research examines effective school leadership and is aimed to improve the educational outcomes and life chances of historically excluded and underserved students and families. Her scholarship is featured in several edited books and journals, including Educational Administration Quarterly, the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, The Journal of Negro Education, the Journal of School Leadership, and Leadership and Policy in Schools.

To familiarize yourself with the topics covered in Dr. Watson’s talk, you may want to check out Watson and Nash (2021), “Challenging Whiteness at Claremont High School,” and Watson (2020), “Harlem’s ‘Motherwork’ Post- Brown: Implications for Urban School Leaders.”

Time: Friday, December 9, 2022 10:00-11:00

Location: Academill, Room C0201

You can also follow the talk on Zoom (ID: 650 2924 8151; Passcode: WATSON22)

Contact Heidi.Katz@abo.fi for more information.