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Race, Inequality, and Language in Education Conference 2016

Friday, October 28, 2016 - Saturday, October 29, 2016
11:00am - 7:30pm
Center for Educational Research at Stanford (CERAS)

Join us for the 2016 RILE Research Conference. This is a 2-Day research conference on how race, inequality and language impact schools. Stanford's Graduate School of Education is launching a new initiative that focuses on how these important topics intersect to impact schools. Everyone is welcome!

Whether you are a teacher, researcher, or graduate student, we invite you to join us for this unique event. Stanford's GSE seeks to take a leading role in conducting research on issues of poverty, race, and language in schools. Launching the RILE program at Stanford allows the GSE to become a leader in this area by bringing together leading scholars from across the nation.

Complimentary registration

Pre-registration is now closed. Limited open seats will be available at the conference and will be seated on a first come, first serve basis. Everyone is welcome.

Start Times

Friday, October 28
11:00am to 7:30pm

Saturday, October 29
8:00am to 3:30pm

Location

Center for Educational Research at Stanford (CERAS)
520 Galvez Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

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Leah Gordon
Gordon studies the impact of race on schools through examining the history of race in schools.

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Sean Reardon
Reardon studies how poverty and economic inequality impacts schools.

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Guadalupe Valdes
Valdes conducts research that examines how language, dialect, and language varieties impacts schools across disciplines.

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Bryan A. Brown
Brown conducts research about how language and race impact students as they learn science in urban schools.

Graduate Student Poster Session

We are using an online submission process for the conference poster session proposals. The poster proposals submission portal will remain open until October 14, 2016. For more information, please refer to the Call for Poster Proposals.

Submit Proposal