The COVID-19 pandemic and the nationwide reckoning about
institutional racism have cast a bright light on longstanding
inequities in our educational system.
On August 17, 2020 we heard from UC Davis experts about the latest research into educational disparities for Black and Latinx students, systemic challenges to creating change, and ways that schools and community members can support each other to improve all student outcomes.
This web forum is presented in partnership with the UC Davis School of Education, Yolo County Office of Education, Resourcing Excellence in Education (REEd), and the UC Davis Graduate Group in Education.
Program and Resources
Garth Lewis, Yolo County Superintendent of Schools
Carlas McCauley, Director of Research and Partnerships and Executive Director of REEd
Professor and Department Chair, UC Davis School of Education
PACE Policy Brief, Report, Infographic
Supporting Learning in the COVID 19 Context: Research to Guide Distance and Blended Instruction
Associate Professor and Director of the Teacher Education Program,
UC Davis School of Education
Executive Director of Equity and Support Services, Yolo County Office of Education
Danny C. Martinez
Associate Professor and Chair
of the UC Davis Graduate Group in Education