NAEA Need to Know Webcast: Moving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Forward in Art Education: Questions for Art Educators


NAEA Need to Know Webcast: Moving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Forward in Art Education: Questions for Art Educators
Tuesday, September 25 | 7-8 pm ET
Cost: FREE

What does it mean to work for equity, diversity, and inclusion? What are the possibilities when mostly white art educators fully engage in creating a more vibrant, diverse, and inclusive community? What is needed to move equity, diversity, and inclusion forward within art education? According to Oprah Winfrey, "Ask the right questions, and the answers will always reveal themselves."  

The National Art Education Association’s Task Force on Equity, Diversity & Inclusion is charged with looking at equity, diversity, and inclusion across the profession. Essential to the success of the ART Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Initiative (ART ED & I) is that its work is something that art educators view as part of their own responsibility and something in which each art educator can picture themselves reflected.

Join this Webcast. Raise questions. Make recommendations. Provide answers. Consider how you can get involved. Lend your hands and your voice to this critical work for our community.

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Please note that participation in this webcast does not include NAEA professional development credit. 


Wanda B. Knight, PhD

Wanda B. Knight is chair of the National Art Education Task Force on Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and is professor-in-charge of the art education program at Penn State University. She has served as a preK-12 art teacher, museum educator, elementary and secondary public-school principal, and educational consultant. Her work concerning equity, diversity, and inclusion is published widely, and her professional achievements have been recognized through international, national, state, and university awards and recognition.

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