Dr. Carl James and Dr. Lance McCready to Deliver Keynote Address at ICBME 2017
Dr. Carl James and Dr. Lance T. McCready will deliver a keynote address at this year's Colloquium. The keynote will be titled "Understanding and Addressing the Education 'Troubles' of Black Boys in Ontario, Canada: Two Professors' Reflections on Policy, Research, and Evaluation Initiatives Over the Past Decade." The session will take place on Wednesday, October 4 at the Colloquium.
Dr. Carl James is the Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Founding Director of the York Centre for Education, and a Professor at York University in Toronto, Canada. His work pertains to the issues and concerns of marginalized groups, with a special focus on equity, inclusion, and social justice.
Dr. Lance T. McCready is an Associate Professor in the Department of International and Multicultural Education at University of San Francisco, where he teaches courses on race theory, urban education, LGBT+ studies, and qualitative research. His research focus is on the health, education, and employment opportunities of marginalized and radicalized youth, especially young Black men and LGBT+ youth of color.