Exploring How Educators and Staff Center Students’ Identities and Cultures

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Topics: Education Equity, Impact and Improvement

Join the NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools for an exciting and important conversation about identity, culture and centering students in culturally responsive and mastery-based schools on June 17th, 3 PM EST.

Researchers will introduce the Culturally Responsive Mastery-based Education (CR-MBE) project and share early insights on the ways administrators, educators and staff use what they know about students to implement and improve student-centered practices. Attendees will think critically about what it means to know a student and to truly put them at the center of their learning.

This research project is conducted in partnership with the Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative at KnowledgeWorksMastery Collaborative, and with support from our funders: Nellie Mae Education Foundation and Overdeck Family Foundation.

Spots are limited; Register today at this link.