Published Sep 08, 2020 by A.J. Mistretta
How does race affect the educational opportunities afforded to individuals and communities in the Houston area? What can we do to ensure quality education is accessible to all?
Those were some of the issues discussed in the second installment of the Partnership’s One Houston Together webinar series, this time focused on Education and Racial Inequities.
The event featured a conversation that included: Ruth Lopez-Turley, Director, Houston Education Research Consortium; Michael Love, Assistant Superintendent of Career Readiness, Houston Independent School District; Marvin Pierre, Executive Director, Eight Million Stories; and moderator Delicia Jones, Chief Strategy and Investments Officer, Good Reason Houston.
We invite you to watch the full conversation by clicking the video recording to the right. Important topics included:
Below are other events related to the series. All Upcoming One Houston Together virtual events that are free to register:
Watch previous One Houston Together webinar:
Every Tuesday for the month of September, the Greater Houston Partnership will host its Racial Equity webinar series. Focused on building knowledge and awareness, this series acts as a starting place to inform…