Calls to Action

Combating Racism

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The Brown v. Board of Education decision ended legalized segregation of U.S. public schools in 1954, yet implicit, institutional, and systemic biases based on race still exist in our education institutions. It is inherent to counter racist practices that are impacting the pipeline for faculty and students of color at colleges for teacher education and to ensure culturally responsive educators are being prepared to teach in the most diverse classrooms in the nation’s history.

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