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In a context of disruption and uncertainty, how can we fulfill our collective responsibility to ensure that all young people receive a high-quality and inclusive education? How can schools — and the communities around them — create welcoming spaces of belonging, even amid isolationism, both politically and pandemically?
Join us for a discussion hosted by HGSE’s Sarah Dryden-Peterson, director of the Refugee REACH Initiative, about the interconnected challenges of listening, belonging, and collective responsibility when it comes to educating and nurturing young people today. Big ideas from all — not just educators — can inspire new thinking and directions for education around the world. With:
— Suha Tutunji, Academic Director for the Jusoor Refugee Education Program,
— Stephen Lebethe, History Teacher, Alexander Sinton High School,
Cape Town, South Africa
— Khymani James, Senior, Boston Latin Academy and Student Representative,
Boston School Committee, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
This 60 minute conversation is held in conjunction with Worldwide Week at Harvard.