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Christina Bosch researches the unique conditions of the education system within the juvenile justice system, especially in relation to the learners with disabilities and science education. Related research interests include understanding the motivation to learn science and pursue science related careers among students typically absent from these vocations, using universal design for learning (UDL) and user experience design (UXD) to develop high quality inquiry curricula, disrupting marginalizations, as well as employing art and technology mediated learning across the content areas. Her ultimate goal is to advance research and developments in education that support people's passions and humanization.

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Over-Policed & Under-Educated: The School to Prison Pipeline from Multiple Perspectives. A panel on the American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit, Kenny v. Wilson, which challenges South Carolina's vague and far-reaching "disturbing schools" law. Featuring Niya Kenny, Lead Plaintiff; Dennis Parker, ACLU Racial Justice Program Director; Sarah Hinger, ACLU Staff Attorney; Vivian Anderson, Every Black Girl, Inc.  March 7, 2017 11am-1pm Furculo Room 101 UMass Amherst

Over-policed and Under-Educated: The School to Prison Pipeline from Multiple Perspectives

March 7 2017
The Center for Youth Engagement at the College of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst is kicking off its digital footprint with this event TOMORROW in Furcolo Hall, Room 101. On Twitter we are @C4YEngagement and on FB: Policing in Schools...
Room 101, Furcolo Hall, North Pleasant St
College of Education
Amherst, MA 01002
United States
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