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2023 BU Wheelock Forum (Day 1): “How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong”
Join BU Wheelock College Education & Human Development for the 2023 BU Wheelock Forum: Supporting Students with Reading Disabilities: Toward Equity and Access. We will examine current trends in reading achievement for children with reading disabilities—including dyslexia—and explore why national reading assessment performance dipped during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All are welcome to join us for one or both days of the Forum. Select presentations will be live streamed and made available as recordings following the event.
Day 1: Thursday, March 30, 6–7:30 pm (ET)
“How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong”Emily Hanford, Senior Correspondent & Producer, American Public Media
Keynote and panel discussion
Panelists: Dean David Chard, BU Wheelock, moderator; Tracy White Weeden, President & CEO, Neuhaus Education Center; Patrick Tutwiler, Massachusetts Secretary of Education; Edward Fergus, Professor of Urban Ecology & Policy, Rutgers University
Location: Tsai Center, 685 Commonwealth Avenue Boston
A reception held at the Center for Computing & Data Sciences will follow this event.
Day 2: Friday, March 31, 8:30 am–3:30 pm (ET)
A full day of dynamic speakers and panel discussions, including a keynote presentation by Tracy White Weeden, Neuhaus Education Center
Visit our conference webpage for registration, a complete agenda, details about all our speakers, and more.
|When||6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Thursday, March 30, 2023|