ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Third Annual K-16 Educational Justice Conference is a collaboration among Bethune-Cookman University and stakeholders from school districts, governmental agencies, community organizations and families to strengthen educational systems in our region.

WHY ATTEND

The K-16 Educational Justice Conference will offer opportunities to dialogue and attend presentations on critical issues affecting educational justice including, but not limited to; under-resourced schools, teacher preparation, mislabeling, insensitivity and family/community support.

Conference participants will gain knowledge, techniques, and strategies to better serve and advocate for persons who are often under represented. This underserved population may include minorities, English language learners, students with exceptionalities, economically disadvantaged and those who struggle with or are challenged by abuse, neglect and addiction.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • K-16 Educators
  • Administrators
  • Title 1 Professionals
  • Policy and Behavior Professionals
  • STEM & ESE Educators
  • School and Community Partners
  • Career and Technical Education Professionals

Opening Kick Off

ruffin

Eugene S. Ruffin
Ed Futures

Hotep

HOTEP
Hustle U Inc.

Keynote Speakers

Brown

Keith L. Brown
Professional Speaker
Keynote Speaker

Jenkins

Dr. Barbara Jenkins
Superintendent,
Orange County Public Schools
Keynote Speaker

Cates

Kevin “Khao” Cates
Music Producer and Educator
Keynote Speaker

Miller

Dr. Paul Miller
Educator, Speaker, Author
Keynote Speaker

Perry

Dr. Steve Perry
Educator, Speaker, Author
Keynote Speaker

Toldson

Dr. Ivory Toldson
President and CEO: QEM
Editor-in-Chief: The Journal of Negro Education
Founding Director: CREATE, LLC
Keynote Speaker