Ethics in Education: A to Z, May 1-2, 2015
A two-day conference for teachers, students, parents, educational administrators and concerned citizens covering major ethical issues at all levels of American education, presented jointly by the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust, The Arsht Ethics Initiatives of The University of Miami Ethics Programs and Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Teaching to the Test * The Allure & Power of School Sports * School Choice * The Immigrant Influx * Civics Education * Bullying * Race and Justice * School Policing * Social Media * The "Tiger Mother" * Ethics Bowl and more !
Read what they're saying about it: Hot issues at forefront for Ethics in Education, Miami Today, April 9, 2015
Beyond the Classroom: The importance of ethics in education The Miami Herald, April 1, 2015
Hear from Leaders in the Field!
Superindent Alberto Carvalho, Dr. Andres Alonzo, Coach Al Golden, Dr. Kenneth Goodman, David Lawrence, Jr., Dr. Sue Legg, Chief Ian Moffett, Glenna Milberg, Michelle Kaufman, Dr. Isaac Prilleltensky, Dr. Marilyn Neff, Judge Edward Newman, Robert Steinback, Dr. Susan Mullane, Annette Boyd-Pitts, Dr. Elizabeth Washington, Prof. Anita Cava, Octavio Visiedo, Inspector General Mary Cagle, Katy Sorenson and others.
Miami-Dade Public School employees can earn up to 12 Master Plan Points!
TGIF! Reception and presentations Friday, May 1, at the University of Miami
Beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres
map to Storer Auditorium
Presentation of Lifetime Ethics Achievement Award to Former Florida Chief Justice Gerald Kogan
Keynote address by Principal Baruti Kafele, educational consultant, motivational speaker, author and former notable New Jersey School Administrator. Learn more about him.
All-day conference on Saturday, May 2, at the beautifully renovated historic Miami Senior High School
Includes breakfast, lunch and alll materials. map
$50 for two-day event, including all refreshments
$25 for Friday evening reception & keynote only
$40 for Saturday conference only
Fulltime students pay $15 for Saturday conference only