Fourth Annual Conference: January 14-15, 2021
The theme for the 2021 conference is "What's Love Got to Do With It? Culturally Relevant Teaching with Compassion and Passion." The keynote speakers are: Dr. Venus Evans-Winters, Ph.D. and Stephen Hancock, Ph.D. Visit the Equity in Education Conference page for full information on the conference as it becomes available.
For information on past events, including the previous Annual Equity in Education Conferences, please visit the Events Archive.
African American Studies Summer Institute for School Teachers
This is a five-day, field-based experience emphasizing African American culture and prominent historic sites in three regions of South Carolina: Midlands, Upstate and Low Country. The project uses a 3-pronged instructional approach to deliver a dynamic, culturally- centered learning experience. The institute meets June 11-15, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Thirty participants will be selected from K-12 teachers and coordinators (grades K,1,2,3,4,5,8, & 11) in the three regions of the state (10 from each region)
For more information on the Institute, or to apply, please visit the registration page.
Doctoral Symposium Series
The center will host three symposiums related to research methods and pedagogies for Black Education. Dates to be announced soon.
Online Equity Series
The online equity series is a series of short video commentaries about specific issues featuring CEEAAS staff or guests. They will be archived online.
January - Equity in Curriculum Representation and Perspectives
February - Equity in Special Education
March - Equity in Mathematics
April - Equity in Science
May - Equity in English Language Arts
June - Equity in Social Studies
July - Equity in the Arts
August - Equity in Research Methodology
September - Equity Pedagogies
October - Equity in Gifted, Advanced Placement, and Honors Practices, Pedagogy, and Policies
November - Linguistic Equity
December - Restorative and Equitable Classroom Management Practices