NPEA workshop session five

one more workshop! Here it is:Stemming the Slide: How Summer Presents Unique Challenges and Opportunities for Underrepresented Students (National Summer Learning Association

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NPEA Friday Keynote

We're back at day two of the NPEA conference! The morning keynote is up next: our speaker is NYU professor Joshua Aronson; read more about his work here. Joshua Aronson, Associate Professor of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University. Dr. Aronson is an expert on stereotype threat and race and … Continue reading NPEA Friday Keynote

NPEA evening event: film screening?

will there be popcorn? Hard to know. But the movie sounds terrific. 'Ike: Challenge is EverywhereIKE IS A DOCUMENTARY WHICH EXPLORES THE CHALLENGES AND TRIUMPHS OF THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN HAWAI‘I AND - IN THE SPIRIT OF ITS PREQUEL (OLA - HEALTH IS EVERYTHING) - OFFERS AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT OF BRAVE INDIVIDUALS LIGHTING THE FIRES OF … Continue reading NPEA evening event: film screening?

NPEA workshop session three

three great sessions plus a keynote, all finished by 4:30? This is a conference that doesn't waste time. Love it. Up next: something we discuss a lot at SSA: helping diverse students find their place in our independent school. You Belong Here: Helping Underrepresented Students Thrive in Independent Schools (Blink Consulting, SMART)

NPEA Lunch General Session

I like a lot of things about this conference, but one of my favorite parts is lunch is included. I've connected with my colleagues from ASAP and we're about to see a keynote by Laura Perna, a professor at Penn. Read more info about her work here.  Laura Perna, James S. Riepe Professor and founding Executive Director of … Continue reading NPEA Lunch General Session