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Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Summit
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Please join us for a one-day summit as we convene key stakeholders: teaching professionals and educators, researchers, academics, scholars, administrators, independent writers and artists, policy and program specialists, students, parents, families, civic leaders, activists, and advocates. In short, those sharing a common interest and commitment to educational issues that impact Latinos.

3/27/2013
When: 3/27/2013
Where: Santos Manuel Student Union Event Center
Campus of California State University, San Bernadino
San Bernardino, California 
United States
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The College of Education at California State University, San Bernardino is pleased to announce the 4th Annual LEAD Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Summit.

  • Are you ready to make a difference in the Latino community?
  • Are you ready to connect with and be part of Latino educational leadership?
  • Are you ready to find cross-sector solutions to improve the education and lives of all students?
  • Raise Your Hand, Step In, and Get Involved!!!
  • Latino Education is the economic imperative of our time, and the civil rights issue of our generation.
  • Latino students disproportionately bear the crux of the educational crisis,
    and is where the greatest improvements and most fundamental changes must be fared.

Please join us for a one-day summit as we convene key stakeholders: teaching professionals and educators, researchers, academics, scholars, administrators, independent writers and artists, policy and program specialists, students, parents, families, civic leaders, activists, and advocates. In short, those sharing a common interest and commitment to educational issues that impact Latinos.

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