9:30

Session One: What Constitutes Race Discrimination in Education? A Social Science Perspective

  • Presenter: Roslyn A. Mickelson (University of North CarolinaCharlotte)

  • Discussant: Valerie Lee (University of Michigan)

10:00

General Discussion: Q & A

10:45

Session Two: What Constitutes Race Discrimination in Education? A Legal Perspective

  • Presenter: James Ryan (University of Virginia Law School)

  • Discussant: Michael Rebell (Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.)

11:15

General Discussion: Q & A

12:00

Lunch

1:00

Session Three: Racial Disparities and Discrimination in Education: What Do We Know, How Do We Know It, and What Do We Need to Know?

  • Presenter: George Farkas (Pennsylvania State University)

  • Discussant: Ronald Ferguson (Harvard University)

1:30

General Discussion: Q & A

2:15

Session Four: Measuring Discrimination: Alternative Techniques and Applications from Other Domains

  • Presenters: Harry Holzer (Georgetown University) and Jens Ludwig (Georgetown University)

  • Discussant: Judith Hellerstein (University of Maryland)

2:45

General Discussion: Q & A

3:30

Session Five: Applications and Directions for the Department of Education

Panelists: Joan First (National Coalition of Advocates for Students)

Willis Hawley (University of Maryland)

John Kain (University of Texas-Dallas)



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