Join us for the 2019 RILE Research Conference. This is a 2-Day research conference on how race, inequality and language impact schooling. Everyone is welcome!
Theme: An Exploration of Interdisciplinary Research: Scholarship, Transformative Praxis and Generative Change
The fourth annual Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE) Conference will focus on research at the intersection of issues related to race, inequality and language, and serves as a call to action. It seeks to move from single-issue discussions about inequality while highlighting the importance of positioning our scholarship to effect generative change. The RILE conference provides a forum where the discussion moves from research to a generative transformative praxis.
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 is taking a leading role in conducting research on issues of poverty, race, inequality, and language in schools and communities. The RILE program at Stanford is positioned to become a leader in this area by bringing together leading scholars, emerging scholars, and interested stakeholders from across the nation. We look forward to your participation.
Registration for the 2019 RILE Conference is now open. Space is limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis so be sure to register soon!
Friday, October 18th
11:00am to 7:30pm
Saturday, October 19th
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 UCLA, University of Pittsburg, UC Santa Barbara, University of Georgia, Humboldt State University, UNLV, 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. The proposals portal will remain open until Friday, September 6, 2019 (6pm PDT). We will review proposals as we receive them and contact participants shortly after the submission deadline. Submissions are encouraged and welcome.