Summer 2016 Conference for
Current & Aspiring
Teachers of Color and American Indian Teachers
August 10-12, 2016
Metropolitan State University
700 Seventh Street East
St. Paul, MN 55106
August 10 6-8 pm Welcome Reception with 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Abdul Wright
August 11 8:30am-5:00pm Keynote with 2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes,
Panel Discussions, and Breakout Sessions
August 11 6:00-8:00 Networking Social
August 12 8:30am-Noon Panel Discussions, Breakout Sessions
This conference will honor the lived experiences and local knowledge of Teachers of Color and American Indian teachers by creating a safe and welcoming space in which current and prospective Teachers of Color and American Indian teachers are the primary participants. A core group of diverse Coalition educators are planning the conference to include a series of general sessions and breakout sessions that seek to inspire, affirm, inform, and energize. Participants will build power networks, develop legislative proposals, and create action plans that remove barriers and transform state policy and local institutions to retain and increase Teachers of Color and American Indian teachers in Minnesota.
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This Special Event is funded by a generous grant from the Bush Foundation.