Education Faculty and Students in the News

Feb. 22, 2022 in BrandeisNOW: Creating inclusive elementary school classrooms.

Feb. 1, 2022 in the Justice Newspaper: Views on the News: The impact of banning of mask mandates on the school system.

Jan 4, 2022 in the Brandeis Alumni News: $10 Million Alumni Gift to Transform Community Engagement at Brandeis.

Four guest speakers gave talks about their expertise on different issues on Education. 

  1. October 14, 2021: Celebrating and Learning: The Case of Jewish Summer Camps by Professor Joseph Reimer, Associate Professor of Jewish Education in the Education Program and the Hornstein Program for Jewish Professional Leadership
  2. November 1, 2021: Educated Viewers: Civic Spectatorship, Media Literacy, and American Schools by Professor Victoria Cain, Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at Northeastern University

    These talks were co-sponsored by the Education Program, the Marya Levenson '64 Fund for Education, and the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education.
  3. April 4, 2022: Scripting the Moves: Culture and Control in a No-Excuses Charter School by Joanne W. Golann, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Education at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.   and author of the new book Scripting the Moves: Culture and Control in a No-Excuses Charter School (Princeton University Press). 
  4. April 6, 2022: Race at the Top: Asian Americans and Whites in Pursuit of the American Dream in Suburban by Natasha Warikoo, Professor of Sociology at Tufts University and author of Race at the Top: Asian Americans and Whites in Pursuit of the American Dream in Suburban Schools (May 2022, University of Chicago Press). 

    These lectures were co-sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences, the Institute for Economic and Racial Equity, the Department of African and African American Studies, the Intercultural Center, the Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies Program, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy, and the Department of Sociology.