The Kremen School of Education and Human Development at Fresno State will host the 2019 César Chávez Education Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at the Fresno State University Dining Hall. This conference engages a community of concerned parents, counselors, educators, and students in critical discussion and reflection to promote educational efforts that work toward equity, democracy, academic excellence and social justice.
The conference will begin with keynote speakers Drs. Kevin Kumashiro and Enrique Alemán, followed by breakout sessions, a film screening of “Stolen Education,” and concluded with student-led poster sessions. Breakout session topics include Social Justice and LGBTQ Equity in Education, Latino Perspectives on Educational and Vocational Resource and Access and Achieving the Dream: School Counselor Role Supporting College-Bound Undocumented Latino/a Students. INFO: Samantha Ray at 559.278.0451. See detailed agenda.