10th Annual EPS Conference

January 31, 2013 | Blog

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

A Nation at Risk? Reflections on the Past and Future of U.S. Public Education

10th Annual Educational Policy Studies Conference

Madison, Wisconsin

March 21-22, 2013

All events in Room 159 of the Education Building, 1000 Bascom Mall, UW-Madison


FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Thursday, March 21, 2013

8:30-10:00AM: Public Discourse on American Education

            Michael Apple, Curriculum & Instruction & EPS, UW-Madison

Nancy Kendall, EPS, UW-Madison

Gloria Ladson-Billings, Curriculum & Instruction & EPS, UW-Madison

Chair: Bill Reese, EPS & History, UW-Madison

           

10:15-11:45 AM: Race/Ethnicity and the Evolution of U.S. Public Education

            Jack Dougherty, Trinity College

            Adrienne Dixon, University of Illinois-Chicago

            Michael Fultz, EPS, UW-Madison

            Chair: TBA

BREAK FOR LUNCH

1:00-2:30 PM: The Legacies and Future of Public Higher Education in the U.S.

            Harry Brighouse, Philosophy & EPS, UW-Madison

            Sara Goldrick-Rab, EPS & Sociology, UW-Madison

            Daniel Kleinman, Sociology, UW-Madison

            Chair: TBA

3:00-4:30 PM: From “A Nation at Risk” to “No Child Left Behind”

Maris Vinovskis, University of Michigan*

Chair: Adam Nelson, EPS & History, UW-Madison

BREAK FOR DINNER

7:00-8:30: The Chicago Teachers Strike: Reframing Education Reform and Teacher Unions

            Pauline Lipman, University of Illinois-Chicago

            Discussant: Chad Alan Goldberg, Sociology, UW-Madison

Friday, March 22, 2013

8:30-10:00 AMPlace, Space, and Public Education

            Bianca Baldridge, EPS, UW-Madison

            Linn Posey-Maddox, EPS, UW-Madison

            Peter Miller, Education Leadership & Policy Analysis, UW-Madison

            Chair: TBA

10:15-11:45 AM: Future Challenges, Roles, & Opportunities for Public Education

            Robert Asen, Communication Arts, UW-Madison

Constance Flanagan, Interdisciplinary Studies, UW-Madison

            Constance Steinkuehler, Curriculum & Instruction, UW-Madison

Chair: TBA

            

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