A Conversation with Author and Philosopher Sarah Stitzlein
On Wednesday, January 18, from 4-5 pm, the Education Issues Action Team will have a special guest, Dr. Sarah Stitzlein, education philosopher and author of American Public Education and the Responsibility of Its Citizens: Supporting Democracy in the Age of Accountability (2017). Leave with more ways to support public schools and protect democracy.
Explore these topics and more:
*How do we advocate for superior and inclusive Public Education when the attacks on public education have recently grown more urgent and concerning?
*What is the connection of strong public schools to the health of our democracy?
*What ways can we proactively talk with our community about the importance of free, uniform and effective public schools as critical to a democracy that includes all of its citizens?
*How do we connect with others without adding to the divisiveness?
Sarah Stitzlein has her Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 2005. She is Professor of Education, Affiliate Faculty in Philosophy, University of Cincinnati. She is a member of her local League of Women Voters. Click here for more information.
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