Virginia Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education 
(VA-NAME)

Subtitle

A  Symposium for Educators: Understanding and Responding to Poverty

click here for Symposium flyer

Saturday, November 11, 2017

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Raffles and giveaways--with a chance to win a copy of Dr. Gorski?s book (Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty)


Student Admission by Thursday, November 2nd - $25.00

Professional Admission by Thursday, November 2nd - $50.00

*Registration fee includes breakfast and lunch.


Cook Hall & Peters Hall, Radford University

Re-certification: 5 Points

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Paul Gorski, an Associate Professor, Integrative Studies (Social Justice & Human Rights) at George Mason University, works in the areas of educational equity and moving beyond celebrating the joys of diversity toward equity literacy in schools and communities. His publications include Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap (2013).

 

For questions: 

email [email protected] or call Gaston Dembele at 540-831-7152

  email [email protected] or call Brenda-Jean Tyler at 540-831-5868

  emai [email protected] or call Rebecca Harris at 864-838-8025