Wednesday, Octber 19thKeynote Address
7th Floor Conference Center
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Dr. Travis J. Bristol, a former high school English teacher in New York City public schools and teacher educator with the Boston Teacher Residency, is an Assistant Professor at Boston University. His research interests focus on the practices that support teacher and student learning and the policies that enable and constrain teacher workplace experiences and retention. Dr. Bristol's theoretical framework draws on the intersection of race and gender in organizations.
Open to the Public - Keynote Address outlining the need for Teachers of Color to Enrich our Communities. Overview of the research and what we now know is best for ALL students in America, followed by Q/A session. University faculty and students are encouraged to attend. Registration is required.