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The Will To Change
The Will to Change series encompasses a broad range of events such as social gatherings, lectures, and interactive discussions, as well as a series of intentional audits and activities aimed at identifying and addressing policies and practices within the School of Education that silence, marginalize, and disrespect faculty, staff and students, and particularly faculty, staff and students of color.
We had one opening town hall event in June and are planning a late fall event to focus on teacher identity and identity development.
In addition to these events, some of the audit areas that the SOE will begin to address include but are not limited to:
  • Disparities in graduate program enrollments by race/ethnicity
  • Disparities in faculty representation by race/ethnicity
  • Retention rates of students of color
  • An interrogation of curriculum: What and whose knowledge and theoretical frameworks are embedded into coursework? Are we intentional in designing anti-racist pedagogies and curriculum?
  • Professional development on anti-racist pedagogy
  • Working in and with communities of color: How are students prepared to work in diverse settings? Would students be ready to deal with the reactions and responses of the children and youth in their classrooms if they were teaching today?
The series is a really an emergent culture within the SOE that is collaboratively and inclusively built from the ground up. The nature of the series may shift and evolve as we shift and evolve. Suggestions for events are welcome. Please email me at

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