Join us for the 2018 RILE Research Conference. This is a 2-Day research conference on how race, inequality and language impact schooling. Stanford's Graduate School of Education has launched a new cross-area committee that focuses on how these important topics intersect to impact education. Everyone is welcome!
Theme: An Exploration of Interdisciplinary Research: Redefining Problems, Reimagining Possibilities & Redesigning Educational Futures
The third annual Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE) Conference will focus on the intersection of issues of race, inequality and language and on diversifying voices in the academy. It seeks to move from single-issue discussions about inequality while highlighting scholarship and voices in the academy that are often denied a prominent space. The RILE conference provides a forum where voices can be heard.
Whether you are a teacher, researcher, graduate student, community partner, or friend of the Graduate School of Education 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.
While pre-registration for the 2018 RILE Conference is now closed, everyone is welcome. Please plan to arrive early.
Friday, October 19th
11:00am to 7:30pm
Saturday, October 20th
8:00am to 3:30pm
Center for Educational Research at Stanford (CERAS)
520 Galvez Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
This year's program will include a long list of distinguished scholars from Stanford as well as universities from around the country including Washington University St. Louis, UC Santa Cruz, UMD, U Penn, Vanderbilt University, MSU, USC, UNLV, UMass, UC Davis, UCSD, UC Riverside, and others. Stay tuned for our final Program coming soon...
We are using an online submission process for the graduate student conference poster session proposals. To submit your proposal, please use the following link: Graduate Poster Session Proposal Submission.