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Thursday, November 17 • 4:20pm - 5:30pm
Chicana/o and Latina/o Educational Leadership: Leadership Preparation and Practices in the Field

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What is Latina/o educational leadership and how is it enacted to challenge the narrow parameters of what is considered educational leadership? Employing critical theories, pedagogies, and epistemologies and in conjunction with the convention theme, this symposium will offer insight into 1)Practices that promote equity, excellence and access in educational contexts; 2)Praxis that centers the cultural wealth of Latinas/os in schools; and 3) Innovations that inform Latina/o leadership.
-Latina/o Educational Leadership: Testimonios from the Field Rebeca Burciaga, San José State University; GLORIA M RODRIGUEZ, University of California, Davis
- Prioritizing and Highlighting Approaches to Culturally Relevant Leadership and Pedagogies in Latino Community-Charter Schools Raul Lomelí, The Foundation for Hispanic Education; Dean Castillon, Luis Valdez Leadership Academy / Foundation for Hispanic Education; Patricia Reguerín, Escuela Popular
- Beyond Supervivencia: Leadership Pedagogies for Social Change and Chicano/Latino Education Patricia D. Lopez, San José State University
- Reconceptualizing Leadership in Migrant Communities: Latin@ Parent Leadership Retreats as Sites of Community Cultural Wealth Pedro Enrique Nava, Mills College; Argelia Lara, Mills College
 Facilitators: Gerardo R. Lopez, University of Utah Monica Byrne-Jimenez, Hofstra University

Thursday November 17, 2016 4:20pm - 5:30pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Nicolet B

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