Nuts & Bolts Webinar on Innovative Pedagogies: Pathologizing Poverty


Dr. Tyrone Howard, University of California Los Angeles
Dr. Kerri Ullucci, Roger Williams University

Abstract: Drs. Tyrone Howard and Kerri Ullucci will discuss how to move past the mythologies about poverty that surface in classrooms toward strategies for educating students from impoverished backgrounds

Audience: teacher education faculty, leadership, district personnel, in-service teachers and teacher candidates

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Mar 02 2022


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 02 2022
  • Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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Dr. Kerri Ullucci

About the Speaker

Dr. Kerri Ullucci

Dr. Kerri Ullucci is currently an Associate Professor of Urban Education at Roger Williams University. Her research interests include race and poverty issues in schooling and the development of culturally relevant practices. Her latest research examines the needs of refugee youth in the United States.

About the Speaker

Dr. Tyrone Howard
Dr. Tyrone Howard

Dr. Tyrone Howard is the Pritzker Family Endowed Chair and professor in the School of Education & Information Studies at UCLA. His research addresses issues on race, culture, access, and educational opportunity for minoritized student populations. Professor Howard is the author of several best-selling books. He is a native of Compton, California. Professor Howard is a member of the National Academy of Education, an American Educational Research Association Fellow, and has been listed by Education Week as one of the 30 most influential educational scholars in the nation on education practice, policy, and research.

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