Educators across the country are rightfully concerned about addressing racism in our school systems. What does this work mean for our reading instruction?
Please join Nakia Hardy and Alfred Tatum for a discussion about antiracist instruction in English Language Arts, including an open conversation about this work in districts across the country. Which instructional practices can help us advance literacy for Black and brown students?
You can watch a recording of their conversation below.
- Dr. Alfred Tatum – Dean, University of Illinois Chicago College of Education
- Dr. Nakia Hardy – Deputy Superintendent of Academic Services, Durham Public Schools
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We apologize that the introductions portion of the recording was cut off; the recording begins as the discussion got going.