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SOE Presents:

Summer Institute on Education, Equity, and Justice

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June 28th - 30th , 2021

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The annual American University (AU) School of Education Summer Institute on Education Equity and Justice (SIEEJ) was developed to provide professional development opportunities for community members, particularly educators, who want to learn promising practices that lead to equitable educational outcomes for underserved students, families, and communities. This year, #SIEEJthemoment as we move sessions virtually.

This year's theme is Leveling the Playing Field: Intersecting Race and Disabilities.

 

Graduate Open Houses

Join the School of Education for an exploration of graduate school. Our Graduate Open Houses give prospective students an opportunity to talk with program staff and faculty, ask questions and learn more about the program.

MA- International Training & Education Program

MAT & MA- Special Education Programs

* Virtual open houses for both programs are offered together

MEd: Education Policy & Leadership Program

Anti-Racist Administration & School Leadership Certificate

Open House Date Time (EST) Registration
April 22 7PM Register

May 4

7PM Register

 

EdD- Education Policy & Leadership

Open House Date Time (EST) Registration
More dates coming soon! TBA TBA

 

AU Sponsored Webinars

Veteran’s Benefits Financial Aid Webinar

Webinar Date Time (EST) Registration
April 28 6:00 PM Register

 

AU Financial Aid Webinar

Webinar Date Time (EST) Registration
April 27 6:00 PM Register
June 2 6:00 PM Register
June 29 6:00 PM Register

Big Ideas in Education: Past Recordings

Former U.S. Secretary of Education and CEO and President of The Education TrustThe Honorable Dr. John B. King Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Education
and CEO and president of the Education Trust | Watch the Recording

Dr. Cynthia Miller-Idriss

Dr. Cynthia Miller-Idriss discusses her new book, "Hate In the Homeland" and how to combat far right extremism. | Watch the Recording

Kerry- Ann Escayg

Dr. Kerry-Ann Escayg discusses Anti-Racism and Early Childhood Education. | Watch the Recording

Speakers

Our panel of experts discuss Anti-Racism and K-12 Education | Watch the Recording

Virtual Visits

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With in-person campus visits suspended, try meeting with a program advisor one on one using the link below.

SOE Advisors

 

Finacial Aid Webinar

Financial Aid Webinar

Regsiter below for a free recording of our Summer and Fall 2021 Financial Aid Webinar. 

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Globale Education Forum

Global Education Forum

Focus's on identifying the most pressing issues in education globally and examines whether and how undergraduate and graduate student education and training should change in order to prepare students to address these issues.
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Summer Institute

Sessions, conducted by experts in the field, focus on educational, legal, and health disparities based on race, gender, ability, sexual orientation and other social identities.
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Webinar Series for Educators and Caregivers

Webinar Series for Educators & Caregivers

Conversations, conducted by AU Education experts, focus on new knowledge and tools for both educators and caregivers. 
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Collaborative for Reading Science and Inclusive Classrooms, a project of the Special Education Enhancement Fund (OSSE)

Please join us on June 9th at 1:30 pm for a city-wide conference of the Collaborative for Reading Science and Inclusive Classrooms, a project of the Special Education Enhancement Fund (OSSE). The conference is hosted by the project partners, American University, Langley Elementary, and Noyes Elementary Schools.

Please register for this online conference!

Conference Overview
Since March 2020, teams of educators from Noyes and Langley Elementary Schools have been working with faculty and staff from American University to build their knowledge of reading science and structured literacy through graduate-level courses, professional development, and coaching.

Conference Goals
Share the work of the Collaborative: a partnership designed to leverage a multi-level approach to building the knowledge and skills of instructional leaders and educators about reading science, structured literacy, data analysis, and needs-based planning.--Create a space for educators and leaders to share, demonstrate, and discuss their experiences providing structured literacy instruction.