UC Davis School of Education and the Graduate Group in Education present this special panel showcasing critical, diverse disciplinary perspectives in education from exceptional pre-tenure scholars across the nation.
This roundtable reflects participants overlapping work in movements and initiatives to decrease people’s reliance on imprisonment and policing, to build dialogues and practices capable of reducing sexual and gender violence, and to build quality public educational access for people during imprisonment and after release.
On April 19th, the Graduate Group in Education invited its faculty and PhD students to display posters of their 2015/16 conference presentations. This is a great opportunity for students to display their enthusiasm and excitement for their research while learning about others’ work as well.
UC Davis Multiple Subject Teachers recently combined recreation with problem-solving at a special event at Saint Mary’s Church in Vacaville. More than 100 members of the Spanish-speaking community attended, had fun and worked together during this Mathemática Para La Familia (Family Math) celebration.
Justice on Both Sides: Toward a Restorative Justice Discourse in Schools
Monday, November 16, 2015
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
MUII, Memorial Union, UC Davis
The UC Davis School of Education and the Graduate Group in Education along with the Social Justice Education Coalition and the School of Education Alumni Annual Fund are pleased to present Professor Maisha Winn.
At our October 12, 2015 Dean’s Leadership Circle luncheon, we celebrated the generous donors who have made gifts of at least $25,000 to the School of Education. The event was also an opportunity to introduce donors to the students they are supporting through scholarships.