Remaking Ourselves~Critical Hope and Healing in Education
How are we creating new intersections and new directions in education practice, research, and scholarship that address and work to change the social inequality active in our school system(s)? How does such work support us in moving away from “false hopes” toward “critical hope” and healing?
Feature Keynote & Workshop
Peacemaking and Healing:
Leadership Practices for Healthy, Just, Inclusive Communities
We are delighted to introduce Hla Yin Yin Waing (Waing Waing), who serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership, a national nonprofit that cultivates leadership and builds capacity for change, helping communities tap collective wisdom in service of the common good. Known for community-based collective leadership, this workshop offers concepts & practices from the Center’s body of work including the Peacemaking Circles process to support individual, institutional, and community transformation necessary to creating healthy, just and inclusive communities. Additionally, we’ll share a joint plenary session with the Native American Student Advocacy Institute. This will be a panel presenting Washington State’s Tribal Education Compact Journey. We look forward to an interactive, dynamic and unique format for 2015.
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Our 2015 Conference will be held in the Palouse, at Washington State University, Pullman campus. Conference block of rooms has been held for traveling attendees at Holiday Inn Express for discounted rate. For reservations, call 509-334-4437 and share that you are with NWATE.
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