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2015 Annual Meeting Live-Streamed Sessions
 
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This is a list of 2015 Annual Meeting live-streamed sessions. Additional details, descriptions, and how to register will be added to this page as information becomes available.  

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AERA Presidential Sessions: Key Addresses, Lectures, and Special Events

AERA Opening Plenary Session: John Whittington Franklin, Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Creating the Smithsonian's Newest Museum: the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Thursday April 16, 4:05 to 5:35 p.m. CDT

Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF
Session hashtag: #AERAFranklin

John W. Franklin, Senior Manager in the Office of the Deputy Director at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, will trace the museum's history from the Colored Civil War Veterans  who asked for the museum through the conceptualization of the museum's scope by  scholars and educators. Franklin will explain the processes involved in engaging architects, designers and builders to construct the edifice, develop its exhibitions and programs and plan for the Grand Opening in 2016.

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AERA Presidential Address: Joyce E. King, AERA President; Professor and Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair of Urban Teaching, Learning and Leadership at Georgia State University

Morally Engaged Research/ers Dismantling Epistemological Nihilation in the Age of Impunity

Saturday April 18, 4:35 to 6:20 p.m.  CDT

Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF
Session hashtag:
 #AERAPres

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The Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture: William F. Tate, AERA 2008 Past President

Who Is My Neighbor? The Geography of Opportunity in Ferguson and Beyond

Friday April 17, 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. CDT

Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF
Session hashtag: #AERAWallace

William F. Tate, AERA 2008 Past President, will give the Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture on April 17. 

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AERA Distinguished Lecture: Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Bard College

College in Prison: A Cause in Need of Advocacy Research

Friday April 17, 10:35 to 12:05 p.m. CDT

Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF
Session hashtag: #AERALagemann

Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, a leading historian of education and a nationally known expert on education research, will give the 
AERA Distinguished Lecture on April 17. 

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Awards Ceremony Luncheon: 2015 Award Winners in Education Research

Saturday April 18, 12:25 to 2:25 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand ABCDEF
Session hashtag: 
#AERAAwards

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More Live-Streamed Sessions

Sessions are listed chronologically
 

Thursday, April 16

And We Are Still Not Saved (Redux): Critical Race Theory in Education 20 Years Later 

Thursday April 16, 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

This session will consider the contribution critical race theory (CRT) has made to educational scholarship and examine the progress made in terms of the field’s understanding of racial inequity in education since CRT was first introduced to the field.

This session aims to: 
  1. commemorate the 20th anniversary of CRT in education; 
  2. provide examples by both new and established scholars of current work on CRT in education; and
  3. open a space for the exploration of next steps with regard to CRT in education.

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Chairs: 
Adrienne D. Dixson 
Celia Rousseau Anderson 
Jamel K. Donnor 

Discussant: 
Gloria J. Ladson-Billings 

Participants: 
Adrienne D. Dixson 
Celia Rousseau Anderson 
Jamel K. Donnor 
Nicola Rollock 
Paul Warmington 
Rema Ella Reynolds 
Sonya Aleman 
Enrique Aleman 
Aparecida de Jesus Ferreira 

Toward What Justice? Describing Diverse Dreams of Justice in Education

Thursday April 16, 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

This session brings together compelling scholars within diverse intellectual traditions in educational research to discuss corresponding and sometimes competing definitions of justice. Each panelist will respond to a set of questions designed to reveal the salient points of convergence and difference between Indigenous studies, critical disabilities studies, critical race studies, immigration and border studies, and queer studies in education. 

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Chairs: 
Eve Tuck 
K. Wayne Yang 

Discussants: 
Kris D. Gutiérrez 
Linda T. Smith 

Participants: 
Lisa Patel 
Nirmala Erevelles 
Jen Jack Gieseking 
Sandy M. Grande 
Michael J. Dumas 

Friday, April 17

From Classrooms to Outer Space via Public Policies: Renowned Intellectuals and Leaders Articulate Opportunities and Challenges

Friday April 17, 12:25 to 1:55 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

Select demographic groups—racial minorities, women, and religious minorities—are consistently underrepresented in the STEM professions in both the U.S. and England. This session explores modes to increase representation. Each participant will present aspects of their work on education and science research and public policy.

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Chair: 
Beverly Lindsay

Participants: 
James Gates 
Shirley Malcom 
Michael Jonathan Reiss 

Saturday, April 18

None at this time

Sunday, April 19

Bending the Arc Toward Justice: New Orleans, Black Education, and the National and International Struggle Against Market-Based Reform

Sunday April 19, 8:15 to 10:15 a.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

Educators, students, and parents in New Orleans have articulated serious concerns about the effects of charter school reform on black communities. This session will address the question, whose interests have been served by market-based reform in urban communities? Participants will address the trend towards education privatization and collectively consider how these reforms have affected public schools and neighborhoods in cities nationwide.

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Chair: 
Kristen L. Buras 

Participants: 
Michael W. Apple 
Kristen L. Buras 
V. P. Franklin 
Pauline Lipman 
Theresa Perry 
Ibrahima Seck 
David O. Stovall 
Terrenda Corisa White 
Kofi Lomotey 

The White House Initiatives on Educational Excellence for Diverse Groups

Sunday April 19, 10:35 to 12:05 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

Panelists will focus on the role that their respective White House Initiatives play in shaping public policy for communities of color. A key part of the Initiatives’ mandate is to advise the President and U.S. Secretary of Education on issues related to the educational attainment of diverse groups and seek ways to increase student success through improved policies, practices, and allocation of resources. 

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Chair: 
Linda C. Tillman

Discussant: 
James T. Minor 
James E. Davis

Participants: 
Patricia Whitefoot 
James Pierpont Comer 
Alfredo J. Artiles 
Dee Jay Mailer 
David Wilson 

Education for Social Transformation: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Radical Intellectual Tradition 

Sunday April 19, 12:25 to 1:55 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

This session will present W.E.B. Du Bois in historical context as a founding sociological researcher, a founder of the Pan African Movement and the NAACP, and a transformative educator in the radical black intellectual tradition. Film clips will be shown from the historic University of Pennsylvania conference honoring DuBois in 2012.

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Chair: 
AERA President
Joyce E. King 

Discussant: 
Gloria J. Ladson-Billings 

Participant: 
Tufuku Zuberi 

Transforming Research: The Indigenous Struggle for Social, Cultural, and Economic Justice Within and Through Education           

Sunday April 19, 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

This presentation will look at the struggle to change educational outcomes for indigenous and disadvantaged communities. Of concern is the need to challenge the ongoing reproduction of high and disproportionate levels of learning underdevelopment and subsequent social and economic marginalization. In this presentation, strategies from the New Zealand context that have potential for wider applications will be shared, including the development of alternative schooling and higher education models. 

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Chair: 
Tanya L.M. Samu 

Discussant: 
Jonathan D. Jansen 

Participant: 
Graham Hingangaroa Smith 

Linking Our Struggles: Visioning a Different Future

Sunday April 19, 4:05 to 6:05 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand CDEF

In this session, Professor Charles Ogletree will moderate a fast-paced discussion among the panelists in an effort to illuminate the intersectionality of struggles for justice across diverse communities.

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Chair:
AERA President
Joyce E. King 

Discussant: Charles Ogletree 

Participants: 
Alan Parker 
Robert Miller 
Valerie Ooka Pang 
Iva E Carruthers 
Julian Vasquez Heilig 
Cirecie West-Olatunji 
Curtis Acosta 
Stan Willis 
Susan Goodwin 
Jesse Hagopian 
Malik Burnett 
Mike Honda 

Monday, April 20

Justice Requires Informed Action: Fighting Anti-Intellectualism with Educational Research

Monday April 20, 10:35 to 12:05 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand EF

This session will address the assumption that research endeavors will be embraced in policy and instruction; however, it is often the flashiness of the message rather than the soundness of the evidence that is heard and acted upon. This session will discuss the two-fold challenge for those vested in the pursuit of justice through and in education.

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Chair: 
Patricia A. Alexander 

Participants: 
W. James Popham 
Gale M. Sinatra 
Angela Valenzuela 
Zeus Leonardo 
Catherine A. Lugg  

Culture, Language, and the Politics of Forgetting: Beyond Restrictive Language Policies in Education 

Monday April 20, 12:25 to 1:55 p.m. CDT
Hyatt, East Tower - Gold Level - Grand EF

This session will critically examine the inextricable relations of power that exist between culture, class, and language within the context of classroom practices. Central to this discussion is unveiling the epistemicides that accompany practices of language in education and the need to embrace a decolonizing and emancipatory political project of schooling and society. 

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Chair: 
Ruben Donato 

Discussant: 
João Menelau Paraskeva 

Participant: 
Antonia Darder  
 
 
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