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LIVE from Sacramento State: What does it take to successfully move from one of California’s rural agricultural valleys to pursue higher education at a University of California campus? Gloria Cuádraz and Yolanda Flores share the testimonios, or stories, of students of Mexican descent who, through hard work, affirmative action, inclusionary practices, mentors, and their communities’ cultural wealth, have succeeded in their academic and professional journeys. Those stories, taken from essays in Cuádrazhttps://csus.zoom.us/j/959793102 and Flores’ new book, “Claiming Home, Shaping Community: Testimonies de los valles” illuminate the societal benefits of federal legislation and resources for state-funded public higher education and policies that broaden access and resources. Through telling their stories, the authors seek to empower others on their journeys to and through higher education. Gloria H. Cuádraz is an associate professor of sociology at Arizona State University. Yolanda Flores is an associate professor at the University of Vermont.
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Julian Vasquez Heilig published an article on WordPress.

Please share these predictions for education in 2018.

Yes, 2017 was a rough year for public school supporters, with the ascension of President Donald Trump and ...his Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, the continued underfunding and undermining of local public schools, and the increased attacks on teacher professionalism and students’ civil rights. But there’s hope for 2018. The public has grown far more skeptical toward the movement to privatize schools through vouchers and charters. [ 466 more words ]

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Julian Vasquez Heilig is at Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina.

‪Honored be selected for @LeadershipACE #Academy2018 @SacStateEDD Ready to “seize opportunity and embrace the challenges of serving”‬ at College of Education, Sacramento State

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Wow — our own Julian Vasquez Heilig (Director of the EdD program) is the only CSU professor to make the Education Week 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings of university-based scholars who are doing the most to shape educational practice and policy.

BTW: Dr. Helig’s Klout score — which measures a person’s influence — is 7.0, bested only by Diane Ravitch (NYU) and Marc Lamont Hill (Temple). Congratulations, Dr. Heilig!

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Here are the 2018 RHSU Edu-Scholars Public Influence Rankings, hot off the press!
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Tiffany R. Smith shared a link to the group: Black & Brown @ AERA.

The University of Georgia is looking for a new Director of Multicultural Services and Programs!

I currently serve as a Senior Coordinator in the office. If you have any questions regarding the position, please direct message me or email me at tiffanyRsmith@uga.edu.

The Director of Multicultural Services and Programs is a key campus leader in efforts to foster a more inclusive, welcoming, and equitable community for students at UGA. The Director provides vision, strategic leadership, and overall supervision for Multicultural Services and Programs in support of�...
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Dr. Rose Borunda and doctoral student Amy Murray spoke to the Amador County Progressive Women's Luncheon on Thursday, Jan. 4. on the subject, "Historical Humanists and their Cross Racial Alliances That Have Eroded White Supremacy." The presentation followed the findings from Dr. Borunda's research that led to the publication of "What is the Color of Your Heart?" that is now in 3rd edition. The book is in use for 3 major offerings at CSUS, EDUC 156, Power, Privilege and Self Identity (a class I created), EDUC 210, Multicultural Counseling, and EDD 608, Diversity and Equity in Complex Organizations.
There were approximately 80 people in attendance at this monthly Amador County luncheon, Progressive Women's Luncheon that is coordinated by Sally Trestrail.

Is it time for you to get your doctorate?
Come see how an Ed.D. can transform your leadership and your career. This is the last information session with snacks before the March 1 application deadline for Fall 2018.
RSVP: http://bit.ly/SacStateDoc

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The rise of white nationalism tells U.S. society that there is a lot to be learned with regards to race and, more specifically whiteness. That is, what is wh...
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Humbled by reappointment as Director Sac State Doctorate in Educational Leadership to serve students faculty and alumni until 2021

By popular demand, we're bringing this award-winning film to Sacramento State for a free screening Feb. 16. Join us for the film and a thought-provoking panel discussion in Hinde Auditorium in The University Union at Sac State.

Narrated by Matt Damon, this feature-length documentary explores the growing privatization of public schools and the resulting impact on America’s most vulnerable children. Filmed in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Nashville and other cities, BACKPACK FULL OF CASH takes viewers through the tumultuous 2013-14 school year, exposing the world of corporate-driven education “reform” where public education -- starved of resources -- hangs in the balance.

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The full video recording of last week's talk by UC Denver Assistant Professor Cheryl Matias is now up on our YouTube channel in a shareable format, complete with the Q&A section. In this talk, Dr. Matias discusses the impact of white nationalism on education and society, and the role of education as a transformative tool to enact change.

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"The Time is NOW: Dismantling whiteness in education."
UC Denver Associate Professor Cheryl Matias discusses the impact of white nationalism on education and society, and the role of education as a transformative tool to enact change.

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Join us LIVE on Facebook at 4pm for Cheryl Matias: "The time is NOW: Dismantling whiteness in education," the impact of white nationalism on education and society, and the role of education as a transformative tool to enact change. Facebook: Sac State Doctorate in Educational Leadership

Should we disrupt white nationalists, Nazis and other far right views? Or should we, like the civil rights pioneers, find other ways to shut down racist speech? And what role should college administrators and other decision-makers play?
Read Julian Vasquez Heilig's proposals in The Progressive Magazine

Invite white nationalist speakers to campus. Provoke student pushback. Get labeled the “violent left.” There’s another way.
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