Lively conversations about issues impacting public education and our young people
EDTalks features two compelling 20-minute presentations by cutting-edge educators, youth advocates, journalists, artists, policy-makers and others, with ample time for conversation and networking. $5 admission includes great appetizers.
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EDTalks Videos + Podcasts
Are education reporters making the grade?
Is working with the media #worththecost?
Beyond Test Scores: Schools as Vibrant Workplaces
The Power of Mentorship
Engaging Youth to Address Racial Disproportionality in School Suspensions
Restorative Practices and Peacemaking Circles in Schools: A Way of Being
Mindfulness-Based Interventions in Schools
Nurturing and Responsive Environments
A Three Hour Drive: Disability as Diversity
Ordinary Magic: Resilience in Students Experiencing Homelessness
When Do You Stop Being a Refugee?
Civic-Engaged Digital Storytelling
Engaged Learning through Experiential Education
New Lens, New Perspecitves
Self-Care for Educators and Advocates
Who Is Minnesota?
Who are We Talking About?
Critical Race Theory
Critical Theory of Blackness in K-12 Classroom
Knowing Where We Come From
Students Lead in Anti-Racist Classrooms
Looking Through a Window at School Lunches
Early Childhood Brain Development
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The Verne C. Johnson Family Foundation supports activities in the areas of education, youth and mentorship. Verne is a former Citizens League Executive Director and his children wished to honor their father's commitment to the organization over his long life. Watch this video message from the Foundation.