Saint Martin’s University – Teaching Equity Conference, Nov. 23
Join us for Saint Martin’s University 2nd Annual
Teaching Equity Conference: Advocating for All Students
Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Norman Worthington Conference Center, Saint Martin’s University; Lacey, WA
Registration fee includes morning coffee, lunch and 5-clock hours.
More information and registration on our website:
Our Conference Objectives
- Share effective policies, information, strategies and practices to support all students
- Mobilize, inspire and engage educators in advocating for equity in education
- Build a strong network of support in your professional practice
The morning will feature our keynote speaker, Jahmad Canley, and the afternoon will include a wide array of break-out sessions with topics focused on supporting all students and advocating for equity in our schools and workplace. Please consider submitting a proposal. Form on our website; or link here https://form.jotform.com/92655176703967
|Breakout Session Proposal for Teaching Equity Conference 2019
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About our keynote speaker:
Jahmad Canley, Chief executive officer and senior consultant; Potential Unleashed
Jahmad Canley started in education over 16 years ago. He has assisted numerous schools, districts and educators in their quest to serve all children. Canley’s passion for education started when he entered Washington State University through the Future Teachers of Color Program and continued when he helped create and run several equity programs for the College Success Foundation including the HERO program (designed to assist high school aged African American, Latino and indigenous males gain access to higher education). Now schools around the world utilize Jahmad’s unique experiences and ability to transfer cognitive science and culture transformation processes to improve student success rates and remove barriers.
Canley currently works with schools, colleges and universities around the world. He leads equity work in several school districts in the United States and is looked to as a trusted consultant for even more individual schools on the topic. He also runs a youth leadership program called the Tacoma Gents designed at addressing the inequities facing young boys of color in the education system.