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Faith in the City

 

A new once-a-month series of speakers and conversations, focusing on inequities in education.

Held the first Tuesday of the month 
w
ith a brown bag lunch in the the Dining Room, Bldg. B.

The lunch series is free and open to the public. 
We’ll provide tea, lemonade and cookies. 

Paths to Change

MARCH 5  l  12 – 1 pm
Doors open at 11:30 am

We will hear from people and organizations who are trying to address educational  inequities and disparities, starting with the earliest years, through accountability measures in the WS/FCS, and within our area universities seeking to attract and train teachers for effective and equitable classrooms.  Speakers include:

Sheryl Long, Director of Teacher 
Education and Graduate  Studies in Education,
Salem College

Andrew Kraft, Chief Accountability Officer, 
Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County Schools 

Dr. Dawn Hicks Tafari, Assistant Professor of Education, Winston-Salem State University

For more information, contact 
Sylvia Oberle, soberle0405@gmail.com; 
Spence O’Neill, lsbrooks@hotmail.com;
Dean Clifford, cliffordconsult@mindspring.com; 
or Diane Lipsett, diane@knollwood.org.

 

Artwork by Robyn Churn