Critical Urban Education Speaker Series Event with Dr. Shawn Ginwright

Healing America’s Racial Divisions in the age of Coronavirus” was virtually held on June 1, 2020, as part of the Critical Urban Education (CUE) Speaker Series, a bi-annual event bringing leading national scholars to Montclair State University. CUE provides a forum to develop attendees’ racial and political analysis through a series of lectures and workshops focused on social and cultural issues influencing urban schools and communities. Attendees include MSU graduate students, undergraduate students, and faculty as well as local young people, educators, and community members. The event drew over 500 attendees.

The Department of Teaching and Learning offers rigorous training, innovative research, and a network of partnerships to prepare teachers for the reality of schooling and to be equipped to recognize and disrupt systemic and social inequality.


Montclair State University is committed to the creation and development of teachers who strive to exemplify the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required for excellence in teaching.

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The centerpiece of our work is a document called the Portrait of a Teacher, which, through a series of statements, embodies Montclair State University’s vision of an educator and informs the evaluation of candidates to the teacher education program, the assessment of student teaching, and the professional development of our community of teachers.

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