Monday, March 23, 2015, 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, DeLuca Forum
330 North Orchard Street, Madison, WI
5:30–6 p.m. Welcome Reception
6–7:30 p.m. Presentation, Discussion and Case Study
“When (if ever) should teachers share their political views with their students?”
The Center for Ethics and Education, a new project of the Wisconsin Center for Education Research within the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Education, invites you to a discussion focused on the ethical dilemmas teachers confront when introducing controversial and political issues to their students.
Diana Hess, professor of curriculum and instruction, UW-Madison School of Education; and Paula McAvoy, program director Center for Ethics and Education, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, co-authors, The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education
Tony Laden, co-principal investigator Center for Ethics and Education, professor of philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago
Katie Jones, teacher, Malcolm Shabazz City High School
Harry Brighouse, co-principal invesigator Center for Ethics and Education, professor of philosophy and educational policy studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison