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Library Connection: Lecture by Wayne Au

The Department of Education presents "Rethinking Multicultural Education: Equity, Access, Inclusion, and Opportunity." Wednesday, Oct. 3, inside Packard Hall from 7-9 p.m. If interested, find out more about the speaker and view his work through library resources.

Wayne Au, a former public high school teacher, is a professor in the School of Educational Studies at the University of Washington-Bothell.

He is an author and a long-time editor for the social justice teaching magazine, Rethinking Schools whose work focuses on both academic and public scholarship, high-stakes testing, charter schools, teaching for social justice, and anti-racist education.

View Rethinking Schools for free via the Tutt Library subscription. Read his forward in Diversity & education : a critical multicultural approach. Request more of his work by searching Proseptor,

a shared catalog of libraries in Colorado.

Recently, Au has been working in the Seattle area to support Black Lives Matter and Ethnic Studies in Seattle Schools.

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