A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones: The Intersection of Race and Public Education

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools invites you to a webinar featuring Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones in conversation with Partnership educators about the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and 400+ years of anti-Black racism and oppression. Moderated by the Partnership’s Chief External Officer, Ryan Smith, this webinar will explore the intersection of racial justice with […]

CJUSD Community Cabinet COVID-19 Update

Colton Joint Unified School District is hosting a very special virtual Community Cabinet meeting focused on COVID-19 and its effect on the community.

Creating Effective, Equitable Assessments for Online Courses

Online education poses unique challenges for assessment. Traditional methods, like testing, are not always reliable, while differing access to technology at home raises concerns about equity. How can professors ensure that their students are not only learning effectively at home, but that their coursework is fair for all students? To find out, The Chronicle has […]

Prop. 16 Women’s Roundtable

Yes on Prop 16 is excited to announce their Women’s Roundtable featuring Civil Rights Leader Dolores Huerta, Trailblazing Feminist Gloria Steinem, Comedian and Activist Chelsea Handler, Civil Rights Leader Helen Zia, President & CEO of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California Jodi Hicks, and Equal Justice Society President Eva Paterson this Wednesday! Please join to hear […]

Equity Minded: Challenges Facing Vulnerable Students

Join for this critical webinar and panel discussion to hear from students, homeless and foster youth liaisons, student advocacy groups, parents, and school officials regarding the experiences, needs and concerns of students who may have traumatic experience(s) or basic needs insecurities. The event is hosted by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools office of […]

It Started at Horizons

The series kicks off with a “fireside chat” featuring California Community College Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley and Executive Vice Chancellor Marty Alvarado (formerly of JFF!), who will discuss efforts to increase equity in the California community college system and respond to the COVID-19 crisis.

How to Humanize Asynchronous Online Learning

COVID-19 has had a permanent impact on how students and educators feel about in-person learning. Online learning is the next step for just about every higher education institution operating today, but not everyone has a plan in place to do it well. In this webinar, you'll take a look at what successful online learning is not […]

Graduate Recruitment During a Crisis

Covid-19 has upended the world of higher ed. As universities enter an unprecedented semester this fall, graduate programs must also look forward and develop strategies for recruiting in these uncertain times. To see how graduate schools are adapting their admissions efforts, The Chronicle has assembled a panel of deans and other experts for a Virtual […]

NCAN 2020 National Conference: Marching Toward Equity

Join NCAN as they celebrate their 25th Anniversary at their first ever virtual conference, Marching Toward Equity! We hope you’ll attend this event to learn from your peers, network in one-on-one and small group virtual environments, and hear from plenary speakers such as: Trabian Shorters, author, social entrepreneur, and leading authority on Asset-Framing Kim Hunter […]

Race, Class, and Academic Life

What does the national reckoning over systemic racism mean for academic life? Some faculty members have called for specific, immediate actions from their institutions. Scholars across the country have shared personal experiences with the hashtag #Blackintheivory, raising consciousness among colleagues. And college leaders are talking more about diversity, equity, and inclusion. What do Black academics […]