LMU School of Education invites you to a special guest lecture by distinguished visiting faculty member  Linda Tillman, a nationally renowned scholar in DEI and education.

Dr. Tillman will discuss pre-and post-Brown v. Board of Education policies and practices that have been implemented to prevent African Americans and other racial/ethnic groups from achieving their highest potential in K-12 and post-secondary education. She will conclude with a racial narrative that focuses on social, emotional, and academic excellence for people of color. 

Tillman is professor emerita of educational leadership at UNC-Chapel Hill and has authored several books and articles on the topic of educational leadership and equity. We are honored to host her as a faculty member in our Educational Leadership for Social Justice doctoral program this fall.

This event is the first in a series of talks planned during the 2021-22 academic year by the SOE's Diversity Action Committee (DAC).



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