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Leading education law and policy experts share observations, cutting-edge social science research, and strategies for combatting resurgent segregation in the nation’s public schools. Panelists engage in a comprehensive conversation targeted at recentering the courts’ evidentiary questions away from state and school-district “good faith” compliance toward securing the right to a quality education for every child.
Please note: only those who attended the program in-person are eligible to receive CLE credit.
- Matthew P. Shaw (Moderator), Assistant Professor | Vanderbilt University School of Law
- Dean Kristi L. Bowman (Remote), Professor of Law, Senior Advisor to the Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs | Michigan State University
- Preston Green, III, Professor of Educational Leadership and Law | University of Connecticut
- Dean Rachel Moran, Dean Emerita and Michael J. Connell Distinguished Professor of Law | University of California Los Angeles