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New Date: 4.16.15 Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon – Book Talk by Author Vanessa Pérez Rosario

The Latin American Studies program, the Department of Educational Studies, ENLACE, the program in Spanish, the Gender & Sexualities Studies program, and the Department of English present: Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon A Book… Continue Reading →

Sun 11.16.14: José Luis Vilson – This is Not a Test: #TeacherLives Speaker @Swarthmore

Free and Open to Public #TeacherLives Speaker Series José Luis Vilson: This is Not a Test Sunday, November 16th 4:00 – 5:00p: Book Talk, Q & A 5:00- 6:00p: Light Food and Refreshments Scheuer Room, Kohlberg Hall, Swarthmore College In his… Continue Reading →

Tonight (11/6) Precious Knowledge Screening + Convo with Curtis Acosta

Tonight! Free and Open to the Public Screening of Precious Knowledge and Conversation with MAS teacher, Curtis Acosta November 6, 5:30 pm. Swarthmore College Kohlberg Hall, Scheuer Room. Precious Knowledge portrays one of the final years of the highly successful… Continue Reading →

Toward Digital, Critical, Participatory Action Research: Lessons from the #BarrioEdProj

In July 2014 the online Journal for Interactive Technology and Pedagogy released its fifth issue. Under the theme of Media and Methods for Opening Education the issue included my first piece on my digital, critical participatory action research (D+CPAR) project (and my… Continue Reading →

Making room for classrooms?: Land grabs and the destruction of school communities

The three sites are truly special opportunities as they present sizable developments within submarkets having limited available land for any substantial development, and are located within neighborhoods exhibiting exceptionally strong residential market fundamentals. They are among the few chances remaining… Continue Reading →

Call for Youth Researchers! Education in our Barrios Research Study

Positions have been filled as of 5/23/13 Did you grow up in, or go to school in, a Latino-majority community in New York City? Are you a college-aged person (18-24) interested in developing your skills as a researcher and technology expert in… Continue Reading →

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