This year-long colloquium series elevates a critical perspective on educational reform and fits with the School of Education’s commitment to addressing and redressing social injustices through its teaching, research, and service activities.
In this series, speakers both internal and external to UD share their research and engage with faculty and students. This year, our external speakers adopt an explicitly critical theoretical perspective on a wide range of educational policy issues, provoking important and challenging questions about educational improvement in our nation.
All Fall presentations will be held in Willard Hall Education Building, Room 323, from 1:50 to 2:50 p.m. These events are free and open to the public.
Audience members are also welcome to participate in a discussion with the speaker following the colloquium.