Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr. Louis Gomez

The field of education has no shortage of good ideas, yet, schooling today remains less able to meet the needs of students of color, and poor students, than almost anyone involved in the enterprise would like. From Small Schools to providing every child with a laptop, we have seen ideas come and go. Why do our innovations fail to create a positive press on equity?

Join us as Dr. Louis Gomez discusses possible causes and approaches to attend to failure to build successes for learners, especially those who are poor and historically underserved.
Q&A to follow.

“Attending to Failure to Advance Equity”
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

3pm-4pm, Sproul 1215
RSVP here by April 20

Dr. Louis Gomez is  Professor of Education and Information Studies at UCLA and a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. His research and design efforts are aimed at helping to support community  formation in schools, and other organizations, so that they can collaboratively create new approaches to teaching, learning and assessment.