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AB 705: Conversations on Addressing Student Preparation, Equity, and Real Student Success.
Join a distinguished panel of faculty and student leaders as we discuss our new reality and what is ahead for our system.Find out more »
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Race and Resistance Studies at San Francisco State University. He is also a founder of the Roses in Concrete Community School, a community responsive lab school in East Oakland and the Community Responsive Education Group. As a classroom teacher and school leader in East Oakland for the past 27 years, his pedagogy has been widely studied and acclaimed for producing uncommon levels of social and academic success for students. Duncan-Andrade lectures around the world and has authored numerous journal articles and book chapters on effective practices in schools.Find out more »
United Faculty of the Contra Costa Community College District and the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute are hosting a full-day conference on Friday, April 17 at Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill Campus.
This is your opportunity to hear from experts on retirement, financial planning, and health benefits.Find out more »
KEYNOTE – ERWIN CHEMERINSKY
In 2016, Erwin Chemerinsky was named a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In January 2017, National Jurist magazine again named Dean Chemerinsky as the most influential person in legal education in the United States.
When our academic freedom is threatened we need to be empowered. This conference will assemble the best experts to broaden our understanding of academic freedom and help us defend it at our community colleges.
Join local, state, and national experts as we explore how academic freedom defined, how it is protected and what happens if it is violated.Find out more »
SAVE THE DATE!
When NAFTA became law in Canada, Mexico and the United States in 1994, it began to focus social, economic, and public policy toward public education as a part of the international trading community. It opened the door for corporate enterprises to gain access to the public funds for education, thereby using its economic and political influence to direct education reform, particularly by privatizing many aspects of public education.
Join Los Rios College Federation of Teachers for the annual Trinational Coalition to Defend Public Education. This is an incredible opportunity to show an international community of labor union leaders the role that California Faculty labor unions have played in the advancement of education, resistance to the corporate reform movement, and social justice.Find out more »
Whether you teach full-time or part-time, are a counselor or a librarian, a veteran teacher or new to the profession, the California Great Teachers Seminar gives you a unique and powerful opportunity to reflect on what great teaching is all about. Join us for a profoundly simple and inspiring experience for learning and growth in the art of teaching.Find out more »