National Portrait: Deep Dive on Student Diversity
Thursday, October 18, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT
The lack of racial/ethnic and gender diversity among students in educator preparation programs continues to be a serious concern in the United States. While AACTE initiatives such as the Holmes Program and the networked improvement community focused on Black and Hispanic/Latino men work to address this challenge, AACTE’s recent report Colleges of Education: A National Portrait documents the latest enrollment demographics from across the country.
Join report author Jacqueline King to take a close look at student demographics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Do other fields mirror education in their student demographics? How does the student profile vary by type of education program? What are the implications of these findings for the future of colleges of education and for the field generally?
This webinar will include time for participant discussion and Q&A. It will also be recorded and available for future viewing.
Presenter: Jacqueline King, Ph.D.
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