The UC Davis School of Education is transforming education through preparation of the best education leaders, researchers, and teachers in the country. We are committed to eliminating inequities in schooling and creating learning opportunities for diverse learners using the power of knowledge and the promise of education.
In this talk, sujatha baliga will discuss her past decade of work to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline through restorative justice, with a focus on how adults in schools settings can personally and interpersonally benefit from restorative principles and practices, and how positive adult relationships and approaches to conflict transformation can spread to the children they serve.
On Saturday, October 8th, we will present a workshop for teachers on learning strategies for use in secondary classrooms to address Shakespeare’s themes and language. This workshop will have a particular focus on social science classroom strategies.
Longstanding School of Education supporters Sandi Redenbach (’72, Credential ’73) and Ken Gelatt (’67, Credential ’68) have generously established an endowed scholarship fund to show their appreciation for Founding Dean Harold Levine’s accomplishments and to celebrate his well-earned retirement.
The Sandi Redenbach and Ken Gelatt Teaching Credential STEM Scholarship in Honor of Dean Harold G. Levine will be awarded to a teaching credential student with a career focus on STEM subjects in public schools.
Founding School of Education Dean Harold Levine retired on June 30, 2016. He came to UC Davis from UCLA in 2001, and since then has been a tireless advocate for the School’s vision to eliminate educational inequities and advance a quality education for all.