Join the Center for Urban Education for the fall 2017 edition of #CUEtalks when we welcome Dr. Tyrone Howard from UCLA. In this talk, Howard will address the increasing complexities in today’s schools contexts, and how issues of race, culture, and trauma remain salient. Focusing specifically on how schools often miss the mark with regard to engaging students in teaching and learning, Howard offers a complex and nuanced account of how today’s student populations require a more humanistic, race-conscious, and culturally caring approach to education.

A brief reception will follow the program.

About the Speaker
Tyrone C. Howard is professor in the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA, where he also serves as the Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion. His research examines culture, race, teaching, and learning. A native of Compton, California, where he worked as a classroom teacher, Howard was selected in 2016 and 2017 to EducationWeek’s list of the nation’s 50 most influential scholars informing educational policy, practice, and reform. In 2017, he was honored as a fellow of the American Educational Research Association.