Saturday, March 10, 2007

Free education conference: Sacramento

The Bilingual Multicultural Education Department at CSU-Sacramento is sponsoring its 13th annual Multicultural Education Conference to provide an opportunity for Sac State faculty and other educators to join forces in their efforts to promote multicultural education in K-12 public schools in the Sacramento region. The conference is part of an ongoing process of developing and maintaining a professional support network for the College of Education faculty, alumni, pre-service teachers, and inservice cooperating teachers who are committed to the goals of multicultural education.

The official MCE Conference Program is now posted on the Sac State College of Education website: http://edweb.csus.edu/bmed/conference/2007/conference0309.pdf

The keynote speaker is Dr. Sonia Nieto.
Duane Campbell will present a workshop on teaching about Cesar Chavez and the United Farmworkers movement.
The conference is free and open to the public
For those who wish to develop an informed opinion about school reform:
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