Tuesday, November 28, 2006

History of Black Education in Cleveland

Dr. Dwayne C. Wright, Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Foundations in conjunction with the CSU Black Studies Program, AHANA Program, STARS Club, and the Black Student Union will host a panel discussion:

Challenging and Revisiting the Historical Master Narrative:
Personal Perspectives on the History of Black Education in Cleveland

Wednesday, December 6, 2006
5:00 – 7:30 PM
Cleveland State University
University Center (UC 001)

Members of the panel will include

Wanda Jean green, Phd
author of
And They Called It Public Education: The Cleveland Public Schools

In addition to Dr. Green, former Cleveland Public School (CPS) students will contribute to the discussion regarding Cleveland Public School educational policies that affected the lives of African Americans. Particularly, Mrs. Jackki “Jackkia the Storyteller” Boyd and Mr. Anthony Houston will respectively share their experiences as “relay” and “bussed” students in the CPS. For more information contact Dr. Dwayne C. Wright, 216-875-9672 or d.wright1@csuohio.edu.


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