Summer Institute

The University of Redlands Center for Educational Justice’s day-long summer institute explored “why race still matters” and other issues facing K-12 educators July 12 at the University’s Orton Center.

Teachers, administrators, aides, private and public education professionals, and others interested in educational justice and education issues heard a keynote presentation by Gloria Ladson-Billings, a well-known pedagogical theorist and teacher educator from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

The 105-year-old Dorothy Inghram was honored for her many decades as a trail-blazing educator and received the “Lifetime Achievement in Educational Justice Award.” Eliseo Davalos, an administrator with the Corona-Norco Unified School District, received the inaugural “Outstanding Educational Justice Practitioner Award” from the center.

Afternoon sessions explored other educational justice issues, including creating a local, diverse and permanent teaching workforce; denigrating representations of minorities in film, television and the media; and mental health in schools: the role of racial and ethnic disparities.

More about the award recipients in Honors for Educators.

Read the Press Enterprise coverage of the Institute.


Design through Math
Appleton Hall

The back of the University of Redlands own Appleton Hall contains a mathematically designed ‘Echo Chamber’ that uses calculated angles to refract sound.

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