Friday, October 7, 9am-3:30pm, Pomerene Hall [TDAI Ideation Zone], 1760 Neil Ave.

Recent events, policies, and laws have focused national attention on whether and how educational institutions might be “divisive” environments. In the K-12 context, this has included conversations on two recurring issues: the possible political biases in public curriculum and broad questions regarding appropriate responses to students’ identities. Further, in the higher educational context, elements of the underlying concerns have been articulated in response to forms of social and political expression that may impact a shared sense of safe campus community. Join us for a full day of engaging panels and discussion of how educational institutions ought to respond to these contentious matters.

This conference is part of CEHV’s 2022-23 COMPAS Program on Education in our Democracy.

Hosted by OSU Center for Ethics and Human Values [CEHV].


Friday, October 7, 2022 - 9:00am

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