(Re)Troubling Educator Autonomy: remembering where TRIO was and (re)imagining where it can be

(Re)Troubling Educator Autonomy: remembering where TRIO was and (re)imagining where it can be

(Re)Troubling Educator Autonomy: remembering where TRIO was and (re)imagining where it can be

Augustin Diaz

Session Description:
This session explains the history of TRIO as federal programming fueled by the activism of Black organizers and educators. The relevance of today’s justice movements is centered in a discussion of university educational activism that informs multiple struggles including how we trouble our autonomy as educators in higher education.

 

ASPIRE 2020 Virtual Conference

The Conference will be conducted virtually via Zoom. Prior to the conference, all fully registered and paid attendees will receive access to the agenda and Zoom links.