Community invited to discussion on teaching students in poverty

NMSU
Thursday, May 1, 2014 - 12:13pm

The community is invited to a free discussion with educator and social justice advocate Paul Gorski on teaching students in poverty from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at New Mexico State University’s O’Donnell Hall Room 111.

The event is the final part of “Exploring Equity, Community & Hope in New Mexico,” a series of community gatherings, hosted this spring by New Mexico State University College of Education associate professor Azadeh Osanloo, who serves as the Stan Fulton Chair for the Improvement of Border and Rural Schools.

There is limited space for this final event, so an RSVP is requested at azadeh@nmsu.edu.

Gorski is an associate professor at New Century College, George Mason University. Gorski’s work and passion is social justice activism.

His areas of scholarly focus include anti-poverty activism and education, economic justice, racial justice, environmental justice and animal rights.

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