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Call for Proposals – 2022 Critical Questions in Education Symposium

Call for Proposals: All SEHD faculty and graduate students are invited to submit a proposal for and attend a peer-reviewed education conference coming to Denver in October. The 2022 Critical Questions in Education Symposium, sponsored by the Academy for Educational Studies, will be held in Denver, October 24—26, 2022 at the Sonesta Denver Downtown Hotel . The deadline for submitting proposals is June 20, 2022.

Please see the attached Call for Proposals for more information on conference themes as well as specific proposal requirements. You can learn more about the Academy for Educational Studies and about the Academy’s publishing opportunities discussed on our electronic journal pages . If you have any questions, please contact Steven P. Jones, Executive Director of Academy for Educational Studies at [email protected] or 417-836-5982.

To learn more see the Call For Proposals Flyer

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Call for proposals: Critical Questions in Education Conference

The 2023  Critical Questions in Education Conference  will be held in San Diego, California,  February 27—March 1, 2023  at the Westgate Hotel. The deadline for submitting proposals is December 12, 2022.

Participants are invited to explore four conversation themes:

  • Cleaning out the closet of educational ideas:  What to keep, and what to throw away  – an examination of educational ideas and favorite educational phrases—like “Meet students where they are”—that might be misleading or destructive
  • Letters to teachers—and others who need to hear from us –  an invitation for you to write an education-related letter—or “rant,” or poem, or eulogy, or something else—to whomever you think most needs it
  • Students:  Finishing their worksheets or working in the school garden?:   an invitation to explore the use of school gardens, work in neighborhood parks, or other experiential learning activities in a time where test prep seems to dominate classrooms
  • Changing the narrative about teaching :  With continuing pressure from all manner of sources, how are teachers being viewed, and how do they see themselves and the tasks of learning and teaching?  Does something need to change?  (This is a continuing Academy conversation.)

An “Open topic” category will be offered for those who want to enjoy these discussions but present on a different education-related topic.  A  Call for Chapters  on the first and second of these topics will be issued for two edited collections with Myers Education Press as part of the Academy’s book series.

The CQiE Conference offers deliberate opportunities for participants to talk, listen, and learn from one another—and to think about how they might change or develop their thinking about teaching and/or teacher education as a consequence of what they learn from others. The conference cost is $295 ($135 for graduate students and $70 for undergraduate students). This price includes  a free book  (a $43 value) from the Academy Book Series on Education, part of Myers Education Press. Please see the file below for more details about submitting a proposal. Click on the links for more information about the  Academy for Educational Studies  and about the Academy’s  publishing  opportunities discussed on these electronic journal pages .

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Over the past year, key questions have emerged about California’s public education system as schools, districts, and institutions of higher education face substantial challenges:

  • How do we engage students and improve their outcomes, especially for our state’s most vulnerable children and youth?
  • How do we productively engage communities and diverse stakeholders to improve education?
  • How do we balance state vs. local control in navigating the current challenges?
  • How do we take advantage of new technologies and opportunities to transform our education systems?

At this critical juncture, we are bringing together over 250 California policymakers, researchers, and education leaders to address these questions, while taking stock of our education system at this point in pandemic recovery. The conference will share research insights about transformative actions that can drive improvement at all levels of the system—from early childhood through higher education.

  • Keynote address by Tyrone Howard , Pritzker Family Endowed Chair, School of Education & Information Studies; Director, Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families; and Co-Faculty Director, Center for the Transformation of Schools at the University of California, Los Angeles | President, American Educational Research Association
  • Analysis of what we know about student learning and well-being, the status of the educator workforce, and progress toward system transformation at this point in pandemic recovery
  • The transformative power of generative AI in education
  • Addressing the challenge of post-pandemic district leadership
  • Building systems to support high quality teaching and learning
  • Improving student attendance and engagement
  • Leveraging state investments for high school transformation
  • Strengthening coherence and impact in early learning
  • A consideration of the arguments in balancing state and local control in education by the Leland High School debate team from San José Unified School District

8:00 – 9:00 a.m.

Breakfast and Registration

9:00 – 9:10 a.m.

Heather Hough | Executive Director, PACE, Stanford University

9:10 – 10:00 a.m.

Opening Plenary — State of the System

  • Joseph Bishop | Executive Director, UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools
  • Edgar Cabral | Deputy Legislative Analyst—K-12 Education, California Legislative Analyst's Office
  • Carl Cohn | Professor Emeritus, Claremont Graduate University School of Educational Studies
  • Lucrecia Santibañez | Co-Faculty Director, UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools; Professor of Education, UCLA School of Education & Information

Electronic resources: slides , Policy brief: California Test Scores Show Little Improvement After Pandemic ,  Commentary: Chronic Absenteeism Post-Pandemic , Commentary: Why Aren’t Students Showing Up for School? , Commentary: School boards in Chino and Temecula raise worries about local control , Brief: When the Lights are Turned On: Documenting the Impact of COVID on California’s Education Landscape , Report: Overview of the Governor’s 2024-25 Budget (LAO) , Education Specific Budget Tables, 2024-25

10:00 – 10:15 a.m.

Break / Transition

10:15 – 11:45 a.m.

Breakout #1 (choose one)

Breakout #1a Galleria

Building Systems to Support High Quality Teaching and Learning

Moderator: Heather Hough | Executive Director, PACE, Stanford University

  • Benjamin W. Cottingham | Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships, PACE, Stanford University
  • Adalberto Hernandez | Principal, George Washington Elementary School
  • Gustavo Morales | Director, California Labor Management Initiative

Electronic resources: slides , Report: What Does It Take to Accelerate the Learning of Every Child? , Podcast: Rising from the Margins - Madera Unified School District , Policy Brief: California Test Scores Show Little Improvement After Pandemic

Breakout #1b East Meeting Room

Addressing the Challenge of Postpandemic District Leadership

Moderator: Julie Marsh | Faculty Director, PACE and Professor of Education Policy, USC Rossier School of Education

  • Jennifer Perry Cheatham | Senior Lecturer and Co-chair of the Public Education Leadership Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Rachel S. White | Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Tennessee

Electronic resources: slides , Article: Public Schools as Contested Places ,  Note on Racial Equity in School Systems , Infographic:  U.S. Superintendent Attrition

Breakout #1c West Meeting Room

The Transformative Power of Generative AI in Education

Moderator: Alix Gallagher | Director, Strategic Partnerships, PACE, Stanford University

  • Jerry Almendarez | Superintendent, Santa Ana Unified School District; Board member, CORE Districts
  • Chris Piech | Assistant Professor of Computer Science Education, Stanford University
  • Pam Vachatimanont | Director, Partnerships & Operations, Code.org

Electronic resources: slides , Guide: AI Policy Guidance for Schools: A TeachAI Toolkit , Commentary: From Reactive to Proactive: Putting Districts in the AI Driver’s Seat , Commentary: The Urgent Need to Update District Policies on Student Use of Artificial Intelligence in Education , Guidance: Learning With AI, Learning About AI , Checklist: Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) AI Ready Checklist , Guidance: UNESCO AI in Education: Guidance for Policy Makers , Report: Office of Educational Technology: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and Learning

11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

12:30 – 1:00 p.m. Galleria

Keynote Address

Tyrone Howard , Associate Dean and Professor of Education, UCLA School of Education & Information Studies and President, American Education Research Association (AERA)

Electronic resources: slides

1:00 – 1:15 p.m.

1:15 – 2:45 p.m.

Breakout #2 (choose one)

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Improving Student Attendance and Engagement

Moderator: Jeannie Myung | Director of Policy Research, PACE, Stanford University

  • James Bridgeforth | Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Community Schools Learning Exchange
  • Hedy Chang | Executive Director, Attendance Works
  • Jessica Gunderson | Co-Chief Executive Officer, Partnership for Children and Youth

Electronic resources: slides , Commentary: Why Aren’t Students Showing Up for School? , Article: All Hands on Deck: Today’s Chronic Absenteeism Requires A Comprehensive District Response and Strategy. Article: Aligning student-centered systems and structures through community schools , Report: How California educators met the moment with re-engagement, reconnection, and reimagined learning

Breakout #2b East Meeting Room

Leveraging State Investments for High School Transformation

Moderator: Sherrie Reed | Executive Director, California Education Lab, University of California, Davis

  • Roneeta Guha | Principal, Education First
  • Alexandria Hurtt | Research Fellow, California Education Lab, University of California, Davis
  • Michal Kurlaender | Faculty Director, PACE and Professor of Education Policy, University of California, Davis
  • Mark LeNoir | Assistant Superintendent, Val Verde Unified School District

Electronic Resources: slides , Report: Inequality in Academic Preparation for College , Guide: A-G Resource Guide , Infographic: Career Technical Education Among California High School Graduates , Infographic: 12th-Grade Math: An Updated Look at High School Math Course-Taking in California

Breakout #2c West Meeting Room

Improvement and Innovation in Early Learning

Moderator: Benjamin W. Cottingham | Associate Director, Strategic Partnerships, PACE, Stanford University

  • Alix Gallagher | Director, Strategic Partnerships, PACE, Stanford University
  • Stephanie Kloos | Executive Director of Elementary Education, San Rafael City Schools
  • Cresta McIntosh | Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Monterey Peninsula Unified School District

Electronic resources: slides , Commentary: Unlocking the Potential of Transitional Kindergarten Requires Better Data on Early Education , Policy Brief: California’s Major Investment in Universal Transitional Kindergarten , Report: Promising Practices for Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten: How California Districts Create Access and Coherent Systems , CCSSO K2 Assessments: An Update on State Adoption and Implementation

2:45 – 3:00 p.m.

3:00 – 3:55 p.m.

Closing Plenary – Balancing State and Local Control in Education

Debaters: Leland High School Debate Team , San José Unified School District: Claire Chen; Aralyn Connolly; Ameya Kiwalkar; Allen Liu; Steven Rapp; Kiana Shah

With expert panelists: Brooks Allen | Executive Director, California State Board of Education and Education Policy Advisor, Office of California Governor Gavin Newsom; Samantha Tran | Founder and Executive Director, California Policy Collaborative

3:55 – 4:00 p.m.

Closing Remarks

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Election latest: Reform deny tax plans are 'Trussonomics on steroids' - as Lib Dems launch manifesto 'to save the NHS'

The Liberal Democrats have kicked off a vital stage of the election campaign by launching their manifesto to "save the NHS". Reform UK haven't gone that far yet, but are seeking to explain their tax-cutting plans. Meanwhile, Rishi Sunak has insisted he's not considered resigning as PM.

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  • Bulletin: What you need to know this lunchtime
  • Lib Dems launch manifesto to 'save the NHS'
  • Davey pays tribute to carers | Will Lib Dems take UK back into EU?
  • Reform outlines tax plan | Is it 'Trussonomics on steroids'?
  • PM insists he didn't consider resigning after D-Day fallout
  • Douglas Ross to quit as Scottish Tory leader
  • Live reporting by Tim Baker

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  • Tamara Cohen: Labour takes on enormous childcare challenge
  • Sam Coates: Lib Dems falling victim to tonal whiplash
  • Connor Gillies: Big moment for Scottish politics
  • Rob Powell: Sunak struggles to change weather after bad two weeks

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  • Battle For No 10: PM and Starmer taking part in Sky News special
  • Campaign Heritage: Memorable moments from elections gone by
  • Trackers: Who's leading polls? | Is PM keeping promises?
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It's been a busy morning on the campaign trail, with a manifesto launch and Reform policy event to name but two things we've covered, so forgive us being a tad late with our latest bulletin.

If you're just joining us, here's what you need to know:

  • The Liberal Democrats have launched the first manifesto of the election , vowing to "save the NHS";
  • Leader Sir Ed Davey fixing social care would be key to helping the health service, making care available for free and offering better wages to carers, and spoke movingly about his experience looking after his mother and son;
  • Other pledges included stopping raw sewage being dumped into Britain's waterways and improving ties with the EU ;
  • Our deputy political editor Sam Coates described the party's ambitious policy offering as "serious", though slightly at odds with their often silly campaigning style;
  • You can read the party's manifesto in full here  and read our full story on the launch event below:
  • Reform's tax-cutting agenda has been outlined by the party leadership, though they won't be launching a manifesto until next week;
  • Chairman Richard Tice said the party wants to raise the threshold for paying income tax to £20,000  and the point at which small business pay VAT from £90,000 to £150,000 ;
  • This so-called "great British tax cut" would be funded by overhauling the Bank of England, though it's seen Reform accused of pursing a strategy of "Trussonomics on steroids" ;
  • Nigel Farage also used the event to say he'd welcome the likes of ex-minister Suella Braverman to Reform if the party has a presence in parliament, and defended his comments about Rishi Sunak.
  • Rishi Sunak himself has insisted he did not consider quitting over the fallout from his decision to leave D-Day commemorations early;
  • And he hit out at those aforementioned comments by Mr Farage, when he suggested the PM didn't understand "our culture";
  • But it's been another difficult day for the Tories, with their Scottish leader Douglas Ross having announced he'll quit the role after the election;
  • And our chief political correspondent Jon Craig has heard more discontent from Tories over claims the party chairman has been parachuted into a safe seat, with one labelling it a "disgrace".
  • Elsewhere, Labour has announced it will honour the government's commitment to expand free childcare;
  • Our political correspondent Tamara Cohen says the party has taken on an "enormous challenge" by pledging to take up the policy, which the government has faced serious trouble implementing;
  • Labour has also said it will offer 100,000 new nursery places.

That's all for our lunchtime bulletin - stick with the Politics Hub throughout the afternoon for more news and analysis, and we'll have another bulleting around teatime.

If you need something to help the afternoon go by until then, listen to today's episode of Politics At Jack And Sam's .

We reported over the weekend about how a Tory candidate had told our deputy political editor Sam Coates that party chairman Richard Holden was a "disgrace to the Conservative Party".

A reminder that he's been accused of a stitch-up by choosing to stand in a safe seat in Essex - 300 miles away from his former constituency in the North East that looks more under threat.

Now, there's more hostile reaction. 

A Tory who's been a candidate before and hoped to be again this time texted Sky News saying Mr Holden is an "imbecile" and there was a "great stitch-up of seats".

"I, too, didn't get a seat because ultimately Rishi shoved all his mates into the best ones, while candidates like me didn't hear a peep from CCHQ despite being told to fill in endless application forms for the retirement seats at the last minute," they added.

"Thankfully, the Conservative ship is sinking and couldn't come soon enough."

They said the affair shows the PM's judgement is "way off", adding: "It's quite frankly embarrassing the party allowed this to happen."

A candidate who missed out in a three-way selection added it was "unbelievable" Mr Holden hadn't prepared for questions about his selection in Basildon and Billericay, adding: "Can't wait for it all to be over so we can get rid of these useless people."

You can read more on the row here:

Sir Keir Starmer and his shadow education secretary Bridget Phillipson were at a school today to launch one of Labour's key retail offers of the campaign - 100,000 new nursery places.

By repurposing 3,000 "surplus" primary school classrooms, particularly in disadvantaged areas where childcare demand is not being met, they say it will help parents into work, and ease children into life at school.

'We will deliver'

Speaking to Sky News, Sir Keir clarified for the first time that the scheme announced by Jeremy Hunt to expand the 30 "free" childcare hours to all pre-school children from age nine months would be honoured by Labour.

Asked if he would deliver it, he said: "Yes, we will deliver. Our plan is actually better than the government's... they haven't planned for it, and therefore they haven't got the spaces for it.

"But of course we want to complete on the government's plan, but actually do it in a way that's planned and deliverable."

This is a change of tune, after Labour had claimed they would pursue a different system. Ms Phillipson called it a "shoddy plan" back in February.

This expansion has been rolled out only in part - with nine-month-olds due to receive 15 subsidised hours from September, in what the childcare sector says will be an enormous challenge to fund and staff.

Nurseries have been warning they will be driven out of business, which could exacerbate pressures.

Delivering it will be an enormous staffing challenge - with the government's figures showing 40,000 extra people would be needed.

Getting it right could be key to economic growth and closing the attainment gap between the most and least advantaged children. 

But the workforce and infrastructure needed to make it happen will require major investment.

Nigel Farage is asked what he makes of suggestions over the weekend that Rishi Sunak was considering resigning because of the reaction to him leaving D-Day commemorations last week.

The prime minister has today insisted it didn't cross his mind.

Mr Farage says he'd be "very surprised" if the PM does quit before the election on 5 July, but says if we weren't in the midst of a campaign "he would have resigned already".

Were he to quit, the Tories' poll ratings would fall even lower, he says.

Asked if he was willing to work with Tories like Suella Braverman, Robert Jenrick or Kemi Badenoch, Mr Farage says if he establishes an "electoral beach head" in the Commons by winning in Clacton for Reform, he will welcome any Conservatives who want to join him.

The other candidates in Clacton are:

  • Matthew Bensilum, Lib Dems;
  • Craig Jamieson, Climate Party;
  • Tony Mack, independent;
  • Natasha Osben, Greens;
  • Jovan Owusu-Nepaul, Labour;
  • Tasos Papanastasiou, Heritage Party;
  • Andrew Pemberton, UKIP;
  • Giles Watling, Conservatives.

Sky political correspondent Gurpreet Narwan asks the Reform leadership more about their policy to change how the Bank of England pays interest on the debt it holds.

As a reminder - this is the money, about £800bn worth, that the Bank has printed since 2008 to keep the UK economy healthy by lending it to the government.

In late 2022, it started to sell the debt off, but this process will take years to complete.

Nigel Farage and Richard Tice want to see an end to interest being paid on the figure, as they say it means billions is going from the taxpayer to high street banks through the Bank of England.

Mr Farage singles out Rishi Sunak for his acts as chancellor during COVID, in which the Bank lent £400bn.

He says the then-chancellor should have locked in the interest rate at which the money was borrowed by the government. The base rate stood at 0.1% at the time, and is now above 5%.

He says it was "financial mismanagement on a gargantuan scale" and is costing tens of billions.

The pair say they want to see the Bank pay zero interest on the debts.

'Trussonomics on steroids'

Asked if Reform's plans equate to "Trussonomics on steroids", with the former prime minister's tax cut agenda having caused economic chaos which led to her resignation, Mr Tice and Mr Farage said they will be laying out more of their policies next Monday.

But they say they will not call it a manifesto as people equate that to mean "lies".

Richard Tice, the Reform UK chairman, is giving a speech in London about his party's economic policy.

He says he wants to get more people into work, as it will reduce the burden on the exchequer.

People in the UK are "literally suffocating" because of tax, he says.

His party wants to raise the threshold for paying income tax to £20,000, up from which he says will cost £40bn.

Mr Tice claims it will be paid for by overhauling the Bank of England.

He specifically singles out the interest paid on the £800bn of debt held by the Bank following quantitative easing.

The interest payments on this debt have soared since the base rate went up as the Bank tries to return inflation to 2%.

'Great British tax cut'

It is money taken off the taxpayer and paid on "institutions" in the city, among others.

The money would be used for a "great British tax cut".

Mr Tice says he also wants to raise the VAT threshold for small businesses to £150,000 from £90,000.

Other pledges include abolishing IR35, or off-payroll working, saying we can't "tax our way out of a crisis".

Party leader Nigel Farage takes over, and says the government may have difficulties issuing gilts if the current system of borrowing continues.

The Liberal Democrats have wrapped up their manifesto launch event, and you can scroll back through the Politics Hub to read more on their announcements and leader Sir Ed Davey's answers to the media.

We'll have more reaction and analysis to the manifesto throughout the afternoon.

Shortly we'll have live coverage of a Reform UK event with party leader Nigel Farage, where he and predecessor Richard Tice will be outlining their economic policies.

Stay with us for updates.

Speaking to broadcasters at the Dog and Bacon pub in Horsham, West Sussex, Mr Sunak is asked if contemplated stepping aside.

It is the first time he has answered on-camera questions since Friday, when he apologised for leaving last week's D-Day commemorations at Normandy before they had finished.

He says: "No, of course not.

"I'm energised about the vision that we're putting forward for the country.

"This campaign is not even halfway through yet, and I'm finding an enormous amount of support for the policies that we're putting on the table."

He says lots of people are saying the election is a "foregone conclusion" - and have been saying so since he took over.

But the PM says he is "not going to stop going - I'm not going to stop fighting for people's votes".

Reacting to the outlining of the Liberal Democrats' election manifesto, our deputy political editor  Sam Coates says the party seem confused. 

"A party leader desperate, it seems, to show how serious he is about British politics says he's come up with a manifesto to save the health service, a series of tax rises and proposals that he insists are fully costed," Sam says.

"He (Sir Ed Davey) wants the Liberal Democrats to be taken seriously, but then in the next breath, he says: 'I'm off to go on a rollercoaster'."

A bit of tonal whiplash, to say the least.

Sir Ed spent much of today asking the public to "take a chance" on a serious party in the Lib Dems, but much of his campaigning has been focused on social media stunts - and he opened his speech by joking he'd become "a meme". 

"I think that kind of encapsulates a bit of where we are with the Liberal Democrats at the moment," Sam says.

Politico asks the Lib Dem leader about the fallout from the party's coalition government with the Tories.

Sir Ed - who was a minister at the time - says the party "fought the Conservatives every day, but we didn't win everything - and we paid a price for that".

He points to how he lost his parliamentary seat, and the three "bad" general election results the Lib Dems have endured since.

Sir Ed says that when he became leader he said people "needed to wake up and smell the coffee".

He said he instilled "iron discipline" in the party and people have "seen the disaster of the Conservatives".

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A place to reflect, learn, and share ideas about important educational questions and issues, critical questions in education.

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An open access online journal devoted to the critical examination of educational policy and practice from a foundations perspective

Aim and Scope :  Critical Questions in Education is sponsored by the Academy for Educational Studies.  The aim of this national double blind peer-reviewed on-line journal is to provide educators at all levels a space in which timely or timeless questions about educational policy and practice might be addressed.  More particularly, Critical Questions in Education invites manuscripts that critically address issues of policy and practice from a generally foundational perspective including, but not limited to, economic, historical, pedagogical, philosophical, psychological, and sociological analyses.   In addition to original manuscripts, we also invite critical reviews of newly published books and films that address critical educational issues. See the Instructions for Authors page for details.

The types of questions we hope to address in this journal mirror the theme questions of our last several Academy conferences : Has Higher Education Lost its Soul?  What Ideas in Education are Worth Keeping? Should Public Schools be Radically Reformed? What should the Role of Religion be in 21 st -Century Public Schools? & Why do Kids Hate School?   We hope that this online journal will be a regularly visited public space that will foment debate, discussion, and action well beyond the walls of academe.

Academy Disclaimer : Manuscripts published in Critical Questions in Education do not necessarily represent the views of the editor, editorial assistants, or members of the Academy.  The authors of the manuscripts are solely responsible for ensuring that they do not infringe on copyright or violate any right of privacy.

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Copyright © 2015 Academy For Educational Studies:  Critical Questions in Education  ascribes to the copyright regulations of the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0.   In short, the Academy for Educational Studies retains copyright of published manuscripts; however, authors may freely (and without prior permission) reprint, republish, reproduce, distribute, share electronically (or in any other way) manuscripts published in Critical Questions in Education  without restriction or cost provided that Critical Questions in Education is given credit as the original publisher of said manuscript(s).

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