Schedule-At-A-Glance
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NOTE: ALL PUBLISHED TIMES ARE CENTRAL DAYLIGHT TIME (CDT)

 

THURSDAY, APRIL 16:

- 12:00pm to 2:00pm:

And We Are Still Not Saved (Redux): Critical Race Theory in Education 20 Years Later

 

2:15pm to 3:45pm:

Toward What Justice? Describing Diverse Dreams of Justice in Education

 

- 4:05pm to 5:35pm:

AERA Opening Plenary Session: John Whittington Franklin, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture (#AERAFranklin)

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 17:

- 10:35am to 12:05pm:

AERA Distinguished Lecture: Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Bard College (#AERALagemann)

 

- 12:25pm to 2:25pm:

From Classrooms to Outer Space via Public Policies: Renowned Intellectuals and Leaders Articulate Opportunities and Challenges


- 2:15pm to 3:45pm:

The Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture: William F. Tate, AERA 2008 Past President (#AERAWallace)

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 18:

- 12:25pm to 2:25pm:

Awards Ceremony Luncheon: 2015 Award Winners in Education Research (#AERAAwards)


 - 4:35pm to 6:20pm:

AERA Presidential Address: Joyce E. King, AERA President; Professor and Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair of Urban Teaching, Learning and Leadership at Georgia State University (#AERAPres)


SUNDAY, APRIL 19:

- 8:15am to 10:15am:

Bending the Arc Toward Justice: New Orleans, Black Education, and the National and International Struggle Against Market-Based Reform


-10:35am to 12:05pm:

The White House Initiatives on Educational Excellence for Diverse Groups


-12:25pm to 1:55pm:

Education for Social Transformation: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Radical Intellectual Tradition


- 2:15pm to 3:45pm:

Transforming Research: The Indigenous Struggle for Social, Cultural, and Economic Justice Within and Through Education


- 4:05pm to 6:05pm:

Linking Our Struggles: Visioning a Different Future


MONDAY, APRIL 20:

- 10:35am to 12:05pm:

Justice Requires Informed Action: Fighting Anti-Intellectualism with Educational Research


- 12:25pm to 1:55pm:

Culture, Language, and the Politics of Forgetting: Beyond Restrictive Language Policies in Education

         
         
 
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