The 14th Annual Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference, scheduled for Oct. 12 at Georgia State University’s College of Law (85 Park Place N.E., Atlanta), will bring together educators, graduate students, activists, policy makers, artists, business and industry members, and community workers for a series of panels, presentations and discussions on the conference’s theme, From Barriers to Bridges: The Urgency of Justice-Oriented Urban Education.This conference is hosted by the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence at Georgia State University.
The conference will be held October 12, 2019 at the Georgia State University College of Law.
In light of possible conference changes due to COVID 19, we will update this information as soon as possible.
The Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference invites you to join us for several pre-conference events:
- You are invited to an afternoon with author Bettina Love on September 27, 2019.
- On October 10, 2019 we are having a book talk with author Joan Wynne.
- On October 11, 2019 we are having a book talk with several Latinx children’s book authors.
- On October 11, 2019 we are co-hosting a walking tour of Atlanta focusing on the 1906 Race Riots with Civil Bikes
For more information on the pre-conference events, click here.
The 14th Annual Sources of Urban Educational Excellence Conference will be held at Georgia State University’s College of Law, 85 Park Place N.E., Atlanta.
On Saturday: FREE parking is available in the G Deck on Georgia State University’s campus. The Collins Street entrance (121 Collins St, Atlanta, 30303) is the only entrance available 7am- 10pm. The Central St. entrance is available 7am-5pm.
Once you park in the G Deck, it’s two blocks over to 85 Park Place.