Preparing Educators as Leaders

At KU, a lot of recent discussion on campus has focused on issues and policies regarding sexual assault. There have been a number of opportunities for students to voice their concerns and share their stories. At the KU School of Education we believe this ongoing conversation to be of the utmost importance, and we would like to provide an additional opportunity to continue this dialogue. You are invited to attend a KU School of Education Town Hall meeting on Thursday, 9/18 from 3:00-4:00 pm in Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Room 201. This meeting will allow students to voice their concerns and let KU School of Education administration know how to help. Tags: #KUSOE
#KUSOE invites students to a meeting on 9/18 at 3:00 in #JRP 201. Ongoing dialogue for students to voice concerns is of utmost importance.
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