Connecting the Dots in Urban Education: Memory, Identity and Vision October 17, 2020 Pre-Conference: October 12-16, 2020
15th Annual SOURCES OF URBAN EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE
About the Sources Conference
Connecting the dots in urban education: Memory, Identity and Vision
We are celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the Sources Conference! For 15 years this conference has been connecting people in our communities to examples of excellence in urban education in Atlanta, across the nation and around the world. This year’s theme is ‘Connecting the dots in urban education: memory, identity and vision. At this very moment, as we are social distancing because of COVID-19, the importance of ‘connecting the dots’ as we examine the memories and histories around education, how we currently understand the intersection of personal and educational identities around education and how we envision the future of education. Join us as we explore this theme and celebrate 15 years of celebrating excellence in urban education. Click the ‘Call for Proposals’ box below for more information.
*Please note: In light of COVID 19, we are planning to be an in-person, virtual or hybrid of both conference. We will keep you informed as we make conference related decisions.
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History of Sources
Learn more about the brainchild of Asa Hilliard and Susan Crim-McClendon
The Keynote Speaker is coming soon. Stay tuned for more details.
The program schedule of registration, session times, and the keynote speaker will be available in August 2020.
Our 2019 Sources Conference is our best one yet! Click here to view our previous successful events to get a glimpse at what's to come!
Answers to your questions regarding the conference.
Pre-Conference Events for this year will be revealed in August 2020.
Information about our session speakers will be revealed in August 2020.
For press contact and requests and other information regarding the lecture contact the Crim Center associate director, Dana E. Salter.