Center for Educational Justice

Guests of the 7th Summer Insitute

Summer Institute, An Annual Center for Educational Justice Tradition

The Center for Education Justice (CEJ) was formed in 2006, through the University of Redlands School of Education, with a four-part mission including: 

1) To serve as a vehicle to strategically support and encourage the involvement of School of Education faculty and students in scholarly, applied and collaborative scholarship projects. 

2) To design, plan and sponsor local conversations and seminars that will encourage faculty, students and community members to examine current educational practices. 

3) To design, plan and sponsor regional and national conversation, seminars and conferences as well as collaborations that will foster dialogue, research and project towards deeper understanding and operationalization of justice in education. 

4) To enhance the reputation of the University as a vital intellectual center, providing local, regional and national leadership on important matter os educational scholarship, practice and policy. 

The School of Education at the University of Redlands has a unique focus on justice in education, from the doctoral level with its Ed.D. in educational justice to courses and programs throughout the school.  Dr. Jose Lalas has been the director of the Center since its inception in 2006.  


Upcoming Events

Teachers Helping Teacher Conference Series

-- Spring Conference "Common Core Explored: Parental Involvement Forum & Demonstrations"

-- April 4th 8am to 1pm in University Hall, University of Redlands   Download Flyer


11th Annual Summer Institute On Leadership for Educational Justice

--  "International Experiences: Perspectives, Insights and Lessons"

--  July 7, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

--  Information: Download Flyer

-- To Be a Presenter: Call for Proposals


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