Congratulations to our partner school, Josiah Quincy Upper School in Boston for receiving two well deserved recognitions this spring:  

A Gold Medal rating from US News & World Report for "Best Public High Schools" in America (#4 in the district, #23 in Boston, #417 in the nation) and a #2 ranking in the district and #7 in Massachusetts for its "Most Challenging High Schools" (including private schools) from the Washington Post.

"Teaching Future Teachers" by Dr. Marya Levenson in the Loomis Chaffee Magazine

"The ABC's of SPLERT" by Prof. James Morris

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Kay Fellow Candidate Visits

The Education Program and AAAS Department are pleased to welcome to campus the three candidates for the Kay Post-Doctoral Fellow in Education/AAAS.  The person selected as Kay Fellow will come to Brandeis for two years and will teach courses in both AAAS and Education. (Read more about this search on page 5 of The Justice, issue March 25, 2014)   

Monday, March 24: Derron Wallace

Feedback form for Derron Wallace.

9:40-10:30,  Mandel Center for the Humanities 
Mr. Wallace meets with AAAS faculty

11-12:30pm, ASAC 204 - Presentation
"Bad Blacks and Better Blacks?: Exploring the Role of Black Cultural Capital in the Educational Experiences of Afro-Caribbean Youth in London and New York."

3-4pm, ASAC 204
Q&A with students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

4-5pm, ASAC 209
Mr. Wallace meets with Education Program faculty

Thursday, March 27: Aaminah Norris

Feedback form for Aaminah Norris.

10-11:30am, Mandel 128 - Presentation:
"Making Matters: Teaching and Learning Literacies and Identities in Urban Schools."

2-2:40pm, Mandel Center for the Humanities
Ms. Norris meets with AAAS faculty

3-4pm, ASAC 212
Q&A with  students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

4-5pm, ASAC 212
Ms. Norris meets with Education Program faculty

Tuesday, April 8: Tess Bundy

Feedback form for Tess Bundy.

10-11:30am, ASAC 204 - Presentation:
“‘The Schools are Killing our Kids!’”: The African American Fight for Racial Democracy in the Boston Public Schools, 1949-1985."

2-3pm, ASAC 212
Ms. Bundy speaks to students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

3-3:40pm, Mandel Center for the Humanities
Ms. Bundy meets with AAAS faculty

Meet with Education Program faculty