Institute on Education and Society
June 24-27, 2004
Le Moyne College
Syracuse New York.
The Rouge Forum
pleased to announce its 2004 Summer
Institute on Education and Society.
This interactive conference,
community, will focus on creating and promoting ideas, programs and
for actively resisting inequality, racism, sexism and irrationalism in
and informal educative settings. Previous institutes have supported
from divergent sectors of the education and wider communities in
and coordinating action for change at the local, state and national
Please come prepared to participate.
Conference organizers are
papers that define and examine issues from a variety of critical
Proposals employing Marxian analysis do not need to be cleared with
Security officials before submission!
Because we are interested in
world but also changing it, please consider proposing a session with
more presenters leading a discussion focusing on strategies for
social change. Therefore, please indicate on your proposal the category
which it fits:
(please indicate: film, play, etc.)
Of particular interest are
for, and strategies to combat “high -
stakes” testing on teaching and learning
education, and community issues
regulation of knowledge
and sexism in teaching and learning
violence and the
institutional violation of students
teaching and teacher
and the penal
privatization & commercialization of schools
and the war on
censorship of teaching and curriculum
Please send a one-page abstract of your proposal to Stephen C. Fleury (email@example.com) by April 15, 2004.
Visit the Rouge
website for details on registration, housing and travel: www.pipeline.com/~rgibson/rouge_forum.
What is the
Forum? The Rouge Forum is a group of
educators, community organizers, students, and parents seeking a
society. We are concerned about questions like these: How can we teach
racism, national chauvinism, and sexism in an increasingly
undemocratic society? How can we gain enough real power to keep our
still teach and learn? Whose interests shall serve in a society that is
more unequal? We are both research and action oriented.