30 Apr ACDE Presents the Sherman Lecture 2023
The integration of First Nations, Métis and Inuit children into Canadian public education began in the mid 1950s. Despite the availability of various renditions of culturally responsive education, public education continues to struggle to meet the needs of Indigenous and other racially minoritized children. Faculties of Education must be compelled to examine and seek to disrupt the whiteness of its faculty, its educational programs, specifically its graduate education curriculum that inevitably reproduce future generations of faculty. Meaningfully addressing the racial inequities that public education produces must become a priority for our Faculties of Education.
Join ACDE and Dr. Verna St. Denis for this critical discussion.