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A U L

C
.
G

O R S K I

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2125 14
th

Street NW #319

Washington, DC 20009

ph: (
703
)
593
-
9353

email: gorski@
E
d
C
hange.org

web: www.EdChange.org

web: www.paulgorski.efoliomn2.com/



EDUCATION BACKGROUND


M
.
F.
A.,
Creative
Writing
, Hamline University
(
expected coursework completion:
fall 201
1
)


Humane Educator Certificate, Humane Society University, 2009


Certificate, Designing and Teaching Online Courses, Concord Consortium, 2002


Ph.D., Educational Evaluati
on, University of Virginia, 1998

Dissertation:
Racial and Gender Identity in White Male Multicultural Educators and Facilitators

Toward Individual Processes of Self
-
development
. R. Covert, Ph.D. Advisor

Comprehensive Areas: Multicultural Education, Qualita
tive Research Methods, Educational Technology


M.Ed., Social Foundations of Education, University of Virginia, 1995

Thesis:
Multicultural Awareness Development Process: A Case Study
.



B.A., Sociology & Communications, University of Virginia, 1994




PROFE
SSIONAL

OVERVIEW


Assistant Professor, Integrative Studies (
Education and Social Justice & Peace
Concentrations
)

Affiliate Professor, Women and Gender Studies

George Mason University

August 2008

present



Design and teach undergraduate interdisciplinary cou
rses on education and social justice.



Create and facilitate field
-
based, out
-
of
-
the
-
classroom, courses.



Serve on program committees.



Redesigned undergraduate education concentrations.



Designed required Social Justice Education course for undergraduate educ
ation concentrations.



Designed required Environmental Justice course for newly
-
designed Sustainability major.


Assistant Professor, M.A.Ed. and Ed.D. Programs

Graduate School of Education

Hamline University

August 2003

August 2008




C
reated required “Educat
ing for Equity and Social Justice” course for M.A.Ed. program.



Participated in the complete redesign of the M.A.Ed. core curriculum.



T
aught

classes in Masters of Arts in Education and Doctorate of Education programs.



Advise
d

and mentor
ed

graduate students.



Chair
ed

and serve
d

on capstone and dissertation committees.



Serve
d

on Graduate School and University committees.



Develop
ed

new courses related to equity and social justice in education.


Equity and Diversity Specialist

Baltimore County Public Schools

Janu
ary 2003

June 2003 (5
-
month
consultant
contract)

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Revised countywide curriculum from a multicultural framework that considers diversity of learning
styles and multiple intelligences.



Rebuilt courses and professional development workshops related to equity a
nd diversity in a
context of increasing standardization.



Assessed and evaluated initiatives
and instituted new initiatives
for eliminating
socioeconomic and
racial
achievement gaps.


Assistant Director, Office of Human Relations Programs

Affiliate Professo
r, American Studies

University of Maryland

September 2001

January 2003



Continued responsibilities described below under “Coordinator of Intercultural Student Programs”
except those related to Diversity Works.



Coordinated Diversity and Leadership Internshi
p Programs for undergraduate interns.



Initiated and participated in collaborations with local public schools.



Participated on committees across campus related to student programs, academic affairs, and
diversity education efforts.


Coordinator of Intercult
ural Student Programs and Diversity Works,
Office of Human
Relations Programs

Affiliate Professor, American Studies

University of Maryland

December 1999

September 2001



Continued responsibilities as described below under “Coordinator, Diversity Works.”



Mana
ged student
-
related programs for the central multicultural and diversity programming office
at the University of Maryland.



Attained funding support from foundations through grant writing. (See Grants below.)



Initiated and coordinated the Intergroup Dialogu
e Program, bringing groups of students together
from different social and cultural identity groups for six weeks of dialogue (approximately 150
participants and eight dialogues per semester).



Oversaw the planning and delivery of the annual Diversity and Le
adership Retreat for student
leaders (approximately 25 participants per year).



Proposed and led conference sessions related to my role and function in the office. (See
Conference Presentations below for a list of those delivered.)



Led evaluation and assess
ment efforts for student intercultural programs.



Facilitated intergroup dialogues on race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, ability
status, and other dimensions of diversity.


Program Coordinator, Diversity Works

Office of Human Relations P
rograms, University of Maryland

September 1998

December 1999



Managed over $500,000 in grant money from the Ford Foundation.



Provided content and technical expertise to DiversityWeb, an internationally recognized Web site
on diversity in higher education.



Initiated and facilitated an international email discussion forum on diversity in higher education.



Delivered educational workshops and national conference presentations on multicultural education
and the Internet.



Collaborated with a national organization

on grant
-
writing and other aspects of program
maintenance.



Developed and delivered mixed
-
method, quantitative and qualitative evaluation plan to assess the
effectiveness of DiversityWeb.


Multicultural Education Facilitator and Trainer

Multicultural Educa
tion Facilitation Team,
University of Virginia

1994

1998



Programmed and facilitated multicultural awareness, curriculum transformation, classroom
climate, and other related workshops for teachers and administrators, school systems, student
groups, and comm
unity organizations.

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Conducted training
-
of
-
trainers workshops for school staffs and other groups.



Supervised and mentored two collectives of fifteen multicultural education facilitators
-
in
-
training.



TEACHING OVERVIEW

* Original courses I created




*Pover
ty, Wealth, and Inequality (NCLC 375): spring 2011 (two sections)



Narratives of Identity (NCLC 101): fall 2009
; fall 2010



*
Social Justice Education (NCLC 375): summer 2010



*
Equity and Diversity in Education (NCLC 375/475): spring 2010



*
Identity, Politics,
and Schooling (NCLC 375): spring 2009



The Social
ly Constructed

World (
N
CLC 130): fall 2008



*
Educatin
g for Equity and Social Justice

(GED 8024): summer 2004; spring & summer 2005;
spring 2006; spring, fall, & summer 2007



*
Writi
ng for Publication in Educatio
n

(GED 8498): summer 2007; summer 2008



Dimensions of Diversity [ONLINE] (GED 8998): spring 2008



Action Research: Practice and Application

(GED 8022): fall 2004; spring 2008



The Learning Organization (GED 8501): fall 2005; fall 2007



Foundations of Multicult
ural Education
[ONLINE]
(EDUC 537): spring 2003; spring 2004; spring
2005; spring & fall 2006; fall 2007



Foundations of Multicultural Education
[ON SITE]
(EDUC 537): summer 2007



*
Inquiry and Assessment for Diversity and Equity (EDUC 6301): spring 2007



Educ
ational Leadership

(GED 8505): winter 2004/5; winter 2006/7



Educational Organizations (GED 8504): fall 2006



Capstone Practicum (GED 8023): fall 2005; fall 2006



Dimensions of Diversity (GED 8998): summer 2006



Explorations: Reflection, Community Building, an
d Knowledge Construction (GED 8020): spring
2006



Advanced Inquiry (GED 8508): winter 2005/6



*
Educating for Equity and Social Justice [ONLINE]
(GED 8024): summer 2004; summer 2005



Educational Leadership

(GED 8505): winter 2004/
5



Designing Effective Learning

Environments

(GED 8021): fall 2004



Multicultural Education (EDLF 555/EDLF 589): fall 1998; spring, summer & fall 2001; spring,
summer, & fall 2002; spring & summer 2003; spring 2004 [online]; fall 2004 [online/in
-
person]



The Classroom
(GED 8503): spring 2
004



Teaching & Learning (EDUC 8000): fall 2003



Foundations of American Education (EDUC 8001): fall 2003



*
Equity and Diversity in Education (EDLF 589): fall 2002; spring & summer 2003



*
Multiculturalism at the Movies (AMST 498N): winter 2002; winter 2003



*
Ra
cism and Whiteness in the U.S. (AMST 418S/CMLT 498V): fall 2000; fall 2001; fall 2002



Social Foundations of American Education (EDLF 760): summer 2002



*
Constructions of Difference and Inequality (AMST 418T/CMLT 498T): spring 2001; spring 2002



Philosophy of

Education (EDLF 762): summer 2001



*
Creating Educational Web Sites (EDLF 589): spring 2001



*
Diversity, Film, & Dialogue (AMST298J/CMLT 298R): winter 2001



*
Creating Web
-
Based Resources (EDLF 589): summer & fall 2000



Education and Racism (EDCP 420): spring 2
000



*
Multiculturalism in Self and Society (CMLT/AMST 298V): spring 2000



OTHER

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES


Founder and
Executive Director
, EdChange

2004

present

Coordinate a team of multicultural education activists and consultants who collaborate on educat
ional
and grassroots projects for equity and social justice in schools and communities; organized Social
Justice Sundays

a year
-
long free film and dialogue series;
engage in arts education and activism;
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help promote young activists and speakers; develop fr
ee resources for activists and educators
including the Social Justice News Service and SoJust.net.


Adjunct Professor

George Mason University
, School of Education, Fast Train Program

2002

2008

University of Virginia, School of Education, Northern Virginia

Center

1998

2006

Develop
ed

syllabi for and t
aught

Foundations classes including Multicultural Education, Advanced
Multicultural Education, Philosophy of Education, Social Foundations of American Education,
Multicultural Foundations of Education, and Equit
y and Diversity in Education; sponsor
ed

independent
study projects related to multicultural and ESOL/bilingual education.


Founder and Author,
Multicultural Pavilion Internet Project

1995

present

Design and maintain multi
-
platform Internet project on mult
icultural education; create original content
and resources for educators and students; facilitate Web
-
based discussion board on multicultural
issues and education; moderate email
-
based discussion forum on multicultural issues and education;
produce reviews

of educational materials; program HTML, Perl, JavaScript and CGI to enhance
interactivity; solicit and edit content contributions; create graphics and graphical layout.
(http://www.edchange.org/multicultural)


Author, McGraw
-
Hill
Multicultural Education S
upersite

1999

2005

Wrote

and develop
ed

original content for McGraw
-
Hill’s Web site on multicultural education theory and
practice for in
-
service teachers, pre
-
service teachers and teacher educators; research
ed

and wr
ote

bi
-
monthly column on multicultural
education philosophy; review
ed

McGraw
-
Hill multicultural education
texts; create
d

all graphics and layouts for the site.

(http://www.mhhe.com/multicultural)



HONORS AND AWARDS


2010 CHSS Faculty Research and Development Award ($5,000)

2008 Multicultural
Media Award, National Association for Multicultural Education (for
EdChange
)

2008 Best Educational Resource Award, Education Reporting, Inc. (for
EdChange
)

Commended Winner, Margaret Reid Poetry Contest (national contest, 3,000+ entries), 2007

2006 U.S. St
ate Department U.S. Speaker and Specialists Grant, Mult
iculturalism Specialization (to
India)

2006 Fulbright Senior Specialist Fellow, Multicultural Education Specialization (to Universidad del
Norte, Colombia)

2003 Outstanding Service to Digital Equity Aw
ard, Society for Instructional Technology and Teacher
Education

2002 John W. King Achievement Award, President’s Commission on Disabilities, University of Maryland

2001 Multicultural Media Award, National Association for Multicultural Education

Alpha Kappa

Delta, University of Virginia

Omicron Delta Kappa, University of Virginia

Educational Excellence Award, AmericanUniversity.net (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

1997 Best of the Net Award, The Mining Company (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

Top Ten Web Des
ign Award, Paulie.com (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

Encore Digital Dozen (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

Academic Excellence Award, Study Web (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

Internet Guide Award, Britannica (for the
Multicultural Pavilion
)

Letter of C
ommendation, University of Virginia Housing Division, 1997



JOURNAL
EDITORSHIPS


PAUL GORSKI



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Founding Editorial Board,
Understanding and Dismantling Privilege
,
2009

present

Guest Editor,
Intercultural Education
, special edition on social justice education, Vol. 20, N
o. 2, 2009

Guest Editor,
Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education
, summer 2006 issue

Associate Editor, Technology,
Multicultural Perspectives
, 1999

present

Associate Editor, Multicultural Literature and Reviews,
Multicultural Education
, 2002

present

Editorial Board,
International Journal of Multicultural Education
, 2007

2009


Editorial Board,
Intercultural Education
, 2005

present

Editorial Board,
Journal of
Praxis

in Multicultural Education
,
2006

present


Editorial Board,
Multicultural Education and
Technology Journal
,
2006

2007


Education Advisory Board,
Multicultural Review
, 2002

2007

Education Editor,
Multicultural Review
,

1999

2002

Educational Media Editor,
Electronic Magazine of Multicultural Education
, 2001

2002



PUBLICATIONS


Books


Gorski, P.

(in process).
Being the Change: Transforming My Self, Transforming My School
. Columbia,
NY: Teachers College Press.


Gorski, P. (2004).
Multicultural education and the internet: Intersections and integrations (2
nd

edition).
Boston, MA: McGraw
-
Hill.


Gorsk
i, P. (2000).
Multicultural education and the internet: Intersections and integrations
. Boston,
MA: McGraw
-
Hill.



Gorski, P. and Shin, G. (2000).
Multicultural resource series: Resources for the multicultural
classroom
. Washington, D.C.: National Educatio
n Association.


Gorski, P. and Shin, G. (1999).
Multicultural resource series: Professional development for educators
.
Washington, D.C.: National Education Association.


Book Chapters


Gorski, P. (2010). The evolution of a pro
-
feminist. In M. Adams, W. Bl
umenfeld, C. Castañeda, H.
Hackman, M. Peters, & X. Zúñiga (Eds.),
Readings for diversity and social justice
. New York:
Taylor & Francis.


Gorski, P. (2010). The myth of the ‘culture of poverty’. In K. Finsterbusch (Ed.),
Annual Editions:
Social Problems
.
Boston, MA: McGraw
-
Hill.


Gorski, P. (2007). Multicultural Education. In G. Anderson & K. Herr (Eds.),
Encyclopedia of activism
and social justice, volume 2
. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.


Gorski, P. (2007). Digital Equity. In G. Anderson & K. Herr

(Eds.),
Encyclopedia of activism and social
justice, volume 1
. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.


Gorski, P. (
2006
). The Unintentional Undermining of Multicultural Education: Educators at the
Crossroads. In J. Landsmen & C. Lewis (Eds.),
White teacher
s in diverse classrooms: Building
community, combating racism
. Sterling, Virginia: Stylus Publishers.


Gorski, P. (2006). Understanding the Digital Divide from a Multicultural Education Framework. In J.
Selzer & D. Carpini (Eds.),
Conversations: Readings
for Writers
(6
th

Ed.). New York, NY:
Longman.


Gorski, P. (2003). Multicultural Education and Equity Awareness Quiz: Are You Being Misled? In C.
Harvey (Ed.),
Understanding and managing diversity
. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

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Gorski, P. and Patt
ynama, P. (2000). Interculturele Educatie op Internet. In P. Pattynama & M.
Verboom (Eds.),
Werkboek kluer in het curriculum: Interculturalisatie in het hoger onderwijs
.
Netherlands: Nederlands Genootschap Vrouwenstudies.


Gorski, P. (1999). Narrative on W
hiteness and Multicultural Education. In Gorski, P. and Shin, G.
(Eds.),
Multicultural resource series: Professional development for educators
. Washington,
D.C.: National Education Association.


Journal Articles


Gorski, P. (2010). Critical ties: The ani
mal rights awakening of a social justice educator.
The Animals
Voice, August
-
July 2010
, 4
-
5.


Gorski, P. (
2010
).
Cognitive dissonance as a strategy i
n social justice teaching.
Multicultural
Education
, 17
(1), 54
-
57
.


Gorski, P. (2009). Intercultural educati
on as social justice.
Intercultural Education, 20
(2), 87
-
90.


Gorski, P. (
2009
). Insisting on digital equity: Reframing the dominant discourse on multicultural
education and technology.
Urban Education
, 44
(3), 348
-
364
.


Gorski, P. (
2009
). What we’re teach
ing teachers: An analysis of multicultural teacher education
coursework syllabi.
Journal of Teaching and Teacher Educatio
n, 25
(2), 309
-
318
.


Gorski, P. (
2009
). Good intentions are not enough: A de
-
colonizing intercultural education.
Intercultural Educatio
n
, 19
(6), 515
-
526
.


Amosa, W., & Gorski, P. (
2008
). Directions and mis
-
directions in multicultural education
: An analysis
of session offerings at the annual conference of the National Association for Multicultural
Education
.
Multicultural Perspectives
, 10
(
3), 167
-
174
.


Gorski, P. (
2008
).
The myth of the “culture of poverty.”

Educational Leadership
, 65
(7), 32
-
37
.


Gorski, P.
(2008
). Peddling poverty for profit: A synthesis of criticisms of Ruby Payne’s framework.
Equity and Excellence in Education
, 41
(1),
130
-
148
.


Gorski, P. (2007). The question of class.
The Education Digest, 73
(2), 30
-
34.


Landsman, J., & Gorski, P. (2007). Countering standardization.
Educational Leadership, 64
(8), 40
-
44.


Gorski, P. (2007). Savage unrealities: Classism and racism aboun
d in Ruby Payne’s framework.
Rethinking Schools, 21
(2), 16
-
19.


Gorski, P. (2007). The question of class.
Teaching Tolerance, spring 2007
, 26
-
29.


Gorski, P. (200
6
). Complicity with conservatism: The de
-
politicizing of multicultural education.
Intercultura
l Education
,

17
(2)
, 163
-
177
.


Gorski, P. (2006). The classist underpinnings of Ruby Payne’s framework.
Teachers College Record
.

Available: http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=12322


Gorski, P. (2005). Education equity and the digital divide.
Ass
ociation for the Advancement of
Comput
ers in Education Journal,

13
(1)
, 3
-
45
.


Gorski, P. (2004). Multicultural education and progressive pedagogy in the online information age.
Multicultural Perspectives
,

6
(4), 37
-
48.


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Gorski, P. (2003). Privilege and repr
ession in the digital era: Rethinking the sociopolitics of the digital
divide.
Race, Gender, & Class 10

(4), 145
-
176.


Gorski, P. (2003). Ten powerful films for teacher educators and crucial reflections before using them.
Mul
ticultural Perspectives, 5
(2),
28
-
33.


Gorski, P. and Clark, C. (2003). Turning the tide of the digital divide: Multicultural education and the
politics of surfing.
Multicultural Perspectives, 5
(1), 29
-
32
.


Gorski, P. (2002). How computers still cheat girls.
The
Education Digest
,

68
(3
), 23
-
27.


Gorski, P. & Clark, C. (2002). Multicultural education and the digital divide: Focus on disability.
Multicultural Perspectives
, 4
(4), 28
-
36
.


Gorski, P. (2002). Dismantling the digital divide: A multicultural education framework.
Multicultural
Education
, 10
(1), 28
-
30.


Clark, C. & Gorski, P. (2002). Multicultural education and the digital divide: Focus on socioeconomic
class.
Multicultural Perspectives
, 4
(3), 25
-
36.


Gorski, P. & Clark, C. (2002). Multicultural education and the digital divide:
Focus on language.
Multicultural Perspectives
, 4
(2), 30
-
34.


Clark, C. & Gorski, P. (2002). Multicultural education and the digital divide: Focus on gender.
Multicultural Perspectives
, 4
(1), 30
-
40
.


Gorski, P. & Clark, C. (2001). Multicultural education an
d the digital divide: Focus on race.
Multicultural
Perspectives, 3
(4), 15
-
25.


Clark, C. & Gorski, P. (2001). Multicultural education and the digital divide: Focus on race, language,
socioeconomic class, sex, and disability.
Mu
lticultural Perspectives, 3
(
3), 39
-
44.


Gorski, P. (2001). Multicultural curriculum and the web: Transformation and integration.
Multicultural
Perspectives
, 3 (1), 43
-
50.


Gorski, P., Heidelbach, R., Howe, B., Jackson, M., Tell, S. (2000). Forging communities for educational
change w
ith e
-
mail discussion groups.
Multicultural Perspectives
,
2
(4), 37
-
42.


Gorski, P. (2000). Toward a multicultural approach for evaluating educational web sites.
Multicultural
Perspectives
,
2
(3), 44
-
48.


Gorski, P. (2000). Forging a cyber
-
presence for multi
cultural education.
Multicultural Review
,
9
(2).


Gorski, P. (2000).

Narrative of whiteness and multicultural education.
Electronic Magazine of
Multicultural Education

[online],
2
(1), 43 paragraphs.



<http://www.eastern.edu/publications/emme/2000spring/go
rski.html>


Gorski, P. and Brimhall
-
Vargas, M. (2000). Bridges and discussions: Online dialogues toward
educational change.
Multicultural Perspectives
,
2
(1), 41
-
45.


Gorski, P. (1999). Digging Through the dirt: Locating multicultural teaching resources onl
ine.
Multicultural Perspectives
,
1
(4), 43
-
47.


Gorski, P. (1999). The multiculturality of the world wide web.
Multicultural Perspectives
,
1
(3), 44
-
46.


Gorski, P. (1999). The Multicultural Pavilion: Facilitating and modeling multicultural education on
-
line
.
Multicultural Review
,
8
(1), 53
-
55.


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Reviews & Columns of Reviews


Gorski, P. (2008). Beyond the “Culture of Poverty”: Resources on Economic Justice.
Multicultural
Perspectives, 10
(1), 27
-
29.


Gorski, P. (2007). Beyond the network news: Progressive source
s for the news you and your students
won’t see on Fox or CNN.
Multicultural Perspectives 9
(1), 29
-
31.


Gorski, P. (2006). Beyond the
b
logs: A
g
uide to
o
nline
r
esearch
r
eports on
e
ducational
e
quity.
Multicultural Perspectives 8
(1), 32
-
3
4.


Gorski, P. (2006)
. Beyond propaganda: Resources from Arab Film Distribution.
Multicultural Education
13
(3), 56
-
59.


Gorski, P. (2005). I don’t want to live without them: Twenty
-
five Web sites for educational equity.
Multicultural Perspectives 7
(3), 24
-
27.


Gorski, P. (2004
). History and social studies education: A guide to online resources.
Multicultural
Perspectives 6
(3), 27
-
32.


Gorski, P. (2004). Women make movies: Progressively multicultural films by and about women.
Multicultural Education, 11
(3), 54
-
56.


Gorski, P. (2
003). White privilege and white power: Online resources on white racism.
Multicultural
Perspectives
,

5
(4), 28
-
30.


Gorski, P. (2003). Introducing multicultural education to the digital age.
Multicultural Perspectives
,

5
(3), 30
-
32.


Gorski, P. (2002). The
invisible made visible: Documentaries about living with psychological
disabilities.
Multicultural Review
,

11
(3), 62
-
65
.


Gorski, P. (2002). Pedagogy, politics, and schools: Films about social justice education.
Multicultural
Education
,

10
(1), 58
-
61.


Gor
ski, P. (2002). Films on sexism and sexism on film.
Multicultural Review
,
11
(2), 46
-
49
.


Gorski, P. (2002). Sexism exposed: Films about gender identity, discrimination, and change.
Multicultural Education
,

9
(4), 42
-
45.


Gorski, P. (2002).
Reel confrontat
ions: Films with multicultural critiques of popular media.
Multicultural Review
,

11
(1), 36
-
41
.


Gorski, P. (2001). Films for multicultural facilitators and critical considerations for using them.
Multicultural Review
,

10
(3), 43
-
48.


Gorski, P. (2000). Mu
lticultural education and mathematics on the internet.
Multicultural Review
,
9
(3),
68
-
70.


Gorski, P. (2000). Filming you filming me: Highlighting a multicultural, self
-
reflective approach in
ethnographic educational filmmaking.
Multicultural Perspectives
,

2
(2), 41
-
44.


Newspapers, Newsletters
,

and Other Publications


Gorski, P. (November 7, 2007). The question of class.
Twin Cities Daily Planet
,
http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/node/7896.


Gorski, P. (November 19, 2006). Reject ‘classist’ teaching theories.
Th
e Press Enterprise,
D6.

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Gorski, P. (2006). Taco night.
Minnesota ASCD’s Minnesota Report
,

22
(3), 5.


Gorski, P. (2005). Six critical paradigm shifts for multicultural education.
National Association for
Multicultural Education Newsletter
,

7
(1), 10.


Gorsk
i, P. (2005). Stages of inclusion in residence halls.
Bag of Tricks
,
5
(1), 4
-
6.


Gorski, P. (2005). The digital divide in perspective.
Professional Development for Educators
, Summer
2005, 2
-
3.


Gorski, P. (2003). A multicultural model for evaluating educat
ional web sites.
The Search for High
-
Quality Online Content for Low
-
Income and Underserved Communities: Evaluating and
Producing What’s Needed
. (An Issue Brief and Action Plan published by The Children’s
Partnership), 46.


Gorski, P. (2002). 10 (self
-
)crit
ical things I can do to be a better multicultural educator.
National
Association for Multicultural Education Newsletter
,
4
(3), 7.


Gorski, P. (2002). Let’s talk about it.
Outlook
, September 24, 2002.


Gorski, P. (2000). Intergroup dialogue and leadership p
rogram.
XCHANGE

Newsletter
, September
2000.



Gorski, P. (1999). Colorlessness, colorblindness, and whiteness.
The

Diamondback

(Guest Column),
April 4, 1999.



Gorski, P. (1996). White teacher, rainbow classroom: Managing the cultural kaleidoscope.
Quarte
rly
Newsletter of the Center for the Study of White American Culture
,
2
(2), 8
-
11.



GRANTS


Co
-
Writer, Intergroup Dialogue as Pedagogy Across the Curriculum, Ford Foundation, 2002

2004,
$210,000, University of Maryland, College Park.


Co
-
Writer & Director,

Intergroup Dialogue and Leadership Program, William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation Unity and Pluralism Grant, 2000

2002, $150,000, University of Maryland, College Park.


Writer & Director, International Connections, Pepsi Enhancement Funds, fall 2000, $1,80
0, University
of Maryland, College Park.


Coordinator, Diversity Works II, Ford Foundation Campus Diversity Initiative Grant, 1999

2001,
$276,000, University of Maryland, College Park.


Coordinator, Diversity Works, Ford Foundation Campus Diversity Initiat
ive Grant, 1998

2001,
$172,400, University of Maryland, College Park.



MANUSCRIPT REVIEWS




Multicultural Perspectives
: Articles (1999

ongoing)



Multicultural Education
:
Articles and
Film Reviews (2001

ongoing)



Equity and Excellence in Education
. Articles (
2004

ongoing)



Intercultural Education
. Articles (2005

ongoing)



Teaching and Teacher Education
. Articles (
2006

ongoing
)



Journal of Teacher Education
. Articles (
2006

ongoing
)



International Journal of Intercultural Research
.

Articles
(2005

ongoing)

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10



Asia Pac
ific Education Review
.

Articles (2009)



Australian Journal of Human Rights
.

Articles (2009)



At Home with Learning: A Guide to Cultural Scripts in Learning in Higher Education
. For Institute
of Education Publisher, November 2007



Controversies in the Classroo
m: A Radical Teacher Reader
. For Teachers College Press, January
2007



Building Teachers: A Constructivist Approach to Introducing Education
. For Wadsworth Publishing,
July 2005



A Reinterpretation of American Education
. For Thomson Wadsworth

Publishing, Mar
ch 2005



Casebook for Exploring Diversity, 3e
. For Pearson Merri
ll Prentice Hall, February 2005



Arthur’s World Neighborhood
teache
r’s guide. For WGBH. April 2003



Multicultural Review
: Articles and Film Reviews (1999

2002)



Multiracial and Multiethnic Childr
en in Schools
. For Allyn & Bacon, April 2001



Multicultural Activities for Out
-
of
-
School Time
. For Parents Unit
ed for Child Care, January 2001



Education on the Net: 2001
. For Allyn & Bacon
, December 2000



Democracy and Diversity in Our Backyards: An Experien
tial Approach to Teaching Social Studies in
the Elementary and Middle School
. For McGraw
-
Hill, August 2000



CONFERENCE

PRESENTATIONS


National & International


“The Systemic Causes of the School
-
to
-
Prison Pipeline: Social Science Research to Support Stude
nt
Discipline Claims.” Civil Rights and School Discipline Conference: Addressing Disparities to Ensure
Equal Educational Opportunity (hosted by U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of
Education). Arlington, Virginia, September 2010


Keynote
. “Dec
olonizing Intercultural Education.” INTER Network International Conference on
Intercultural Education as a Pro
ject for Social Transformation.

Mdina, Malta, September 2010


“Unlearning Deficit Ideology and the Scornful Gaze: Thoughts on Authenticating the C
lass Discourse in
Education.”
INTER Network International Conference on Intercultural Education as a Project for Social
Transformation.

Mdina, Malta, September 2010


“Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth: A Model for Class Equity in Schools and Organizatio
ns.”
National Association of Partnerships for Equity Annual Conference, Arlington, Virginia, April 2010


Day
-
Long Institute
.
“It Takes More than a Caucus: Advancing the ‘White Privilege’ Dialogue and
Authenticating Anti
-
Racism Action in Schools.” 11
th

Annu
al White Privilege Conference, LaCrosse,
Wisconsin, April 2010 (with Heather Hackman)


“Achievement Gap or Opportunity Gap?: Countering Deficit Ideology in Education.”
11
th

Annual White
Privilege Conference, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, April 2010


Keynote
. “Celeb
rating Diversity Is Not Enough: Finding Authentic Pathways to Equity.” Leadership for
Equity and Alliance Forum, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2010


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“Defeating Deficit Ideology: Creating Class
-
Equitable Schools.”

Leadership for Equity and Alliance
Forum, Pho
enix, Arizona, February 2010


“Deficit Ideology and the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth: The Impoverished Class Discourse in Teacher
Education.” International Conference on Teacher Education and Social Justice, Chicago, Illinois,
December 2009


Pre
-
Conference In
stitute
. “Beyond Celebrating Diversity: Intercultural Education for Human Rights
and Social Justice.” International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural
Education, Athens, Greece, June 2009


“What We’re Teaching Teachers: Approache
s to Multicultural Teacher Education.”
International
Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Education, Athens, Greece, June 2009


“The ‘Culture of Poverty’ and Deficit Ideology: The Twin Roots of Class Oppression.”
International
Conf
erence of the International Association for Intercultural Education, Athens, Greece, June 2009


Day
-
Long Institute
. “Teaching Against White Privilege and Other Atrocities: Reinvigorating the
Social Justice Roots of Multicultural Education.” Tenth Annual Wh
ite Privilege conference, Memphis,

Tennessee, April 2009 (with Johanna Eager)


“Complicating ‘White Privilege’: White Supremacy as a Function of Economic Exploitation. Tenth
Annual White Privilege conference, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2009


“The Pitiable P
oor: Elements of Oppression in Ruby Payne’s Framework.”
Tenth Annual White Privilege
conference, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2009


“Organizational Assessment for Equity and Diversity.” Annual Conference of
t
he Association of
Boarding Schools, Baltimore, Mary
land, December 2008


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth: Consciousness and Practice for
Class Equity in Education.”
Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
New Orleans, Louisiana
, November 200
8



Poverty, Class, and Education: A Primer for Agents of Change
.” Annual Conference of the National
Association for Multicultural Education, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2008


“Inequitable Influences: Class, Poverty, and the Corporate Presence in Publ
ic Schools.” National
Association for Multicultural Education Summer Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2008


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Critical Liberation Praxis in Schools: Teaching for Social Justice.” Ninth
Annual White Privilege Conference,
Springfield, Massachusetts, April 2008


“Beyond Deficit Theory: Authentic Anti
-
Poverty Praxis for Activists and Educators.”
Ninth Annual White
Privilege Conference, Springfield, Massachusetts, April 2008


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Beyond Celebrating Diver
sity: Teaching Teachers How to Be Critical
Multicultural Educators.” Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
Baltimore, Maryland, November 2007


Special NAME Session
(for local P
-
12 teachers attending only one day of the
conference). “Beyond
Deficit Theory and the Culture of Poverty Myth: Authentic Anti
-
Classism Education.” Annual
Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Baltimore, Maryland, November
2007


“Dismantling Deficit Theory: Toward Auth
entic Anti
-
Classism Education.” Annual Conference of the
National Association for Multicultural Education, Baltimore, Maryland, November 2007


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“The Whitening and Un
-
Whitening of Progressive School Reform.” Eighth Annual White Privilege
Conference, Colorado

Springs, Colorado, April 2007


“The Pitiable Poor: Racism and Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Eighth Annual White Privilege
Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, April 2007


Discussant
. “New Voices in Multiculturalism
,

Educational Equity, and Socia
l Justice in and Through
Teacher Education.” American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2007


“Complicity with Conservatism: Misdirections in Contemporary Multicultural Education” (Part of
session, “Multicultural/Multiethnic Educat
ion: Diverse Perspectives on the Theory, Practices,
Directions, and Results of Multicultural Education”). American Educational Research Association,
Chicago, Illinois, April 2007


“Savage Unrealities: Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework” (Part of

session, “Challenging
Deficit Views in Teacher Education: Uncovering Classism, Linguicism, and Racism in Ruby Payne’s
Framework”). American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2007



“Complicity with Conservatism: The De
-
politicizin
g and Re
-
politicizing of Social Justice Education.”
International Conference on Teacher Education and Social Justice, Chicago, Illinois, January 2007


“Critical Narrative Essays: A Reflective Strategy for Preparing Teachers to Be Champions of Social
Justic
e.” International Conference on Teacher Education and Social Justice, Chicago, Illinois, January
2007 (with Kelly Duffy, Vivian Johnson, and Robert Simmons)


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework: Toward Authentic
Anti
-
Cl
assist Education
.

Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
Phoenix, Arizona, November 2006 (with Theresa Montaño, Roberta Ahlquist, Virginia Lea, and Erma
Jean Sims)


Founders Roundtable
. “Directions and Mis
-
Directions in

Multicultural Education.”
Annual Conference
of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2006 (with Wendy
Amosa)


“Against the Conservative Grain: Re
-
Radicalizing Multicultural Education.” Annual Conference of the
Na
tional Association for Multicultural Education, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2006


“A Critical Discussion of Ruby Payne’s Framework for Understanding Poverty.” Annual Conference of
the National Association for Multicultural Education, Phoenix, Arizona, Nove
mber 2006 (with Addie
Smiiley and Pat Payne)


“Language Learning and Its Impact on Identity and Multiculturalism.” Cátedra Fulbright UniNorte
2006, Barranquilla, Colombia, August 2006


“Re
-
Radicalizing Anti
-
Sexist and Multicultural Education.”
Association
for Gender Equity Leadership in
Education National Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July
-
August 2006



“The New Sexism: Understanding and Eliminating the Gender Digital Divide.” Association for Gender
Equity Leadership in Education National Conference,
Minneapolis, Minnesota, July
-
August 2006 (with
Robert W. Simmons III and Vivian Johnson)


Two
-
Day Major Session
. “Becoming Critical Multiculturalists in Education.” Spring Conference of the
National Multicultural Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, May 2006




The Pitiable Poor: Ruby Payne’s Racist and Classist Reframing of Poverty.” White Privilege
Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 2006


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“Walking the Talk: What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Race and Privilege?” White Privilege
Conference, St. Louis,
Missouri, April 2006 (with Julie Landsman, Chance Lewis, and Robert Simmons)


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Savage Unrealities: Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.”
Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Atlanta,

Georgia, November
2005 (with Theresa Montaño, Roberta Ahlquist, Virginia Lea, and Erma Jean Sims)


“Savage Unrealities: Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” (Concurrent Session).
Annual
Conference of the National Association for Multicultural E
ducation, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2005


“Katrina and the Aftermath.” Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
Atlanta, Georgia, November 2005 (with Joyce Harris)


Opening Plenary
. “Differentiation: Authentic Assessment
for Diverse Learners.” 15
th

English
Language Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia, August 2005


Pre
-
Conference Conversational Session
. “Equity and Diversity in Language Teaching and
Assessment.” 15
th

English Language Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colom
bia, August 2005


“Presenters’ Panel.” 15
th

English Language Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia, August 2005


Two
-
Day Major Session
. “Institutionalizing Multicultural Education in Your School and School System.”
Fall Conference of the National Multic
ultural Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, November 2004


P
reconference Institute
.
“Teaching Multicultural Education: Strategies and Pedagogies for Teacher
Preparation.” Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Kansas City,
Mi
ssouri, October 2004 (with Carl Grant, Peggy McIntosh, and Rosie Castañeda)


Two
-
Day Major Session
. “Teaching Multicultural Education: Strategies and Pedagogies for Teacher
Preparation.” Annual Conference of the National Multicultural Institute, Bethesda,
Maryland, May 2004


“Race

The Power of an Illusion Focus Group.” Annual Convention of the American Association of
Community Colleges, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2004 (with Hasina Hamzawala, Michael Burke,
Arnold Kee, and Geoffrey Maruyama)


Preconferenc
e Institute
. “Teaching Multicultural Education: Strategies and Pedagogies for Teacher
Preparation.” Thirteenth Annual Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
Seattle, Washington, November 2003 (with Sonia Nieto, Christine Sleete
r, Francisco Rios, Porter
Troutman, Rosie Castañeda, and Susan Pliner)


“From Taco Night to Transformation: Repoliticizing Multicultural Education.” Thirteenth Annual
Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Seattle, Washington,
November
2003


“Running for and Being a NAME Board Member.” Thirteenth Annual Conference of the National
Association for Multicultural Education, Seattle, Washington, November 2003 (with Carl Grant and
Heather Hackman)


Inaugural Keynote
. “Transforming Our
selves, Transforming Our Schools.” 14
th

English Language
Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia, August 2003


Sub
-
Plenary
. “Complexity and Diversity as Tools for Multicultural Learning.”
14
th

English Language
Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia, Augus
t 2003


“Plenary Panel Discussion.” 14
th

English Language Teaching Conference, Medellín, Colombia, August
2003 (with Brian Cambourne, Terry Jenoure, Cristina Cadavid, Maria Mcnulty, Diana Quinchia, and
Ofelia May)


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Two
-
Day Major Session
. “No Child Left Unt
ested: Multicultural Education in the Age of
Standardization.”
Annual Conference of the National Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C., June
2003


“Bridging the Digital Divide.” The 16
th

Annual Conference for African Americans in Higher Education,
Gree
nbelt, Maryland, May 2003


Preconference Institute
. “Are We Hearing What They’re Saying?: A Day of Dialogue between
Students and Teachers.” Twelfth Annual International Conference of the National Association for
Multicultural Education, Washington, D.C., O
ctober/November 2002


Preconference Institute
. “Writing for Publication.” Twelfth Annual International Conference of the
National Association for Multicultural Education, Washington, D.C., October/November 2002 (with
Francisco Rios, Carl Grant, and Maurian
ne Adams)


Founders Roundtable
. “Multicultural Education and the Digital Divide: Focus on Race.” Twelfth
Annual International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Washington,
D.C., October/November 2002 (with Christine Clark)


“Being the Change: (Self
-
)Critical Paradigm Shifts for Multicultural Education.” Twelfth Annual
International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Washington, D.C.,
October/November 2002


“Are We Hearing What They’re Saying
?: Transforming Education through Student/Teacher Dialogues.”
National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation, Alexandria, Virginia, October 2002


3
-
hour Major Workshop
. “Models and Strategies for Inter
-
Racial/Ethnic Dialogues in College
Settings.” Nation
al Conference on Race and Ethnicity, New Orleans, Louisiana. May 2002 (with Ximena
Zúñiga, Lee Anne Bell, Ratnesh Nagda, and Carrie Jefferson Smith)


4
-
hour Major Workshop
. “Dialogue on Cross
-
Race/Ethnic Relationships.” National Conference on
Race and Ethn
icity, New Orleans, Louisiana. May 2002 (with
Ximena Zúñiga, Lee Anne Bell, Andrea
Monroe, Ratnesh Nagda, and Ronald Scott)

“Teacher
-
Led Action Research for Equity and Diversity.” National Association of Independent Schools
Annual Conference, San Francisco
, California. February 2002 (with Holly Hogan and John Walker)


Pre
-
Conference Workshop (Covenor)
. “Facilitating Intergroup Dialogues on Race, Gender, and
Sexual Orientation.” Eleventh Annual International Conference of the National Association for
Multicu
ltural Education, Las Vegas, Nevada. November 2001 (with Craig Alimo, Nancy Cha, Mary
Gannon, Andrea Monroe, Susan Pliner, and Thomas Walker)


“We Need Us: Building a Support System for Multicultural Educators and Activists with Depression.”
Eleventh Annu
al International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Las
Vegas, Nevada. November 2001


“Beyond Internet Access: Cultural Complexities of the Digital Divide.” Technology, Learning, &
Intellectual Development (Association of
American Colleges and Universities Network for Academic
Renewal Conference), Baltimore, Maryland, November 2001 (with Christine Clark)


“Initiating an Intergroup Dialogue Program: Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes.” Educating All of
One Nation (American

Council on Education), Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2001(with
Ximena Zúñiga,
Carolyn Vasques
-
Scalera, and Thomas Walker)


“Multicultural Teaching and Learning with the Internet.” Annual Conference of the National
Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C. Jun
e 2001


“Initiating a Campus
-
Wide Intergroup Dialogue Program.” 14
th

Annual Conference on African
Americans in Higher Education, Greenbelt, Maryland, May 2001

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Pre
-
Conference Workshop
. “Models and Strategies for Intergroup Dialogue on College Campuses.”
N
ational Conference on Higher Education (American Association of Higher Education), Washington,
D.C., March 2001 (with Ximena Zúñiga, Adena Clayton
-
Walker, Kelly Maxwell, Monita Thompson, and
Carolyn Vasques
-
Scalera)


Pre
-
Conference Symposium
. “Accomplishin
g Access & Equity in Education: The Role of Technology.”

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 12
th

International Conference, Orlando,
Florida, March 2001 (with Bonnie Bracey, Ray Rose, Zahrl Schoeny, Manorama Talaiver, and Robert
McLaughl
in)


Pre
-
Conference Institute
. “Evaluation Concerns for Multicultural Education.” Tenth Annual
International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, Kissimmee, Florida,
November 2000 (with Bob Covert, Charlene Green, Kathleen M
ainhart, and Selena Cozart)


“Visions, Bridges, and Voices: Facilitating Collaborative Learning across Social and Cultural Groups
through a Campus
-
Wide Student Intergroup Dialogue Program.” Tenth Annual International
Conference of the National Association

for Multicultural Education, Kissimmee, Florida, November 2000



“Progressive Pedagogy for Liberal Learning about Diversity.” Diversity & Learning (Association of
American Colleges and Universities), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 2000 (with Gloria Bou
is and
Partamin Farzad Nawabi)


“Using the Web to Support Faculty and Staff Development in Diversity Education.” Diversity &
Learning (Association of American Colleges and Universities), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 2000
(with Lisa Bernstein)


“Treaso
n to Whiteness is Loyalty to Humanity.” National Conference for Blacks in Higher Education,
Greenbelt, Maryland, June 2000 (with Christine Clark)


Two
-
Day Major Session
. “Multicultural Education and the Transformation of Self and Schools.”
Annual Conferenc
e of the National Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C., June 2000 (with Gene
-
Tey
Shin and Charlene Green)


“Multicultural Curriculum Development with the Internet.” Annual Conference of the National
Multicultural Institute, Washington, D.C., June 200
0


“Building Diversity.” Shaping a National Agenda for Women in Higher Education, Williamsburg,
Virginia, March 2000 (with Mark Brimhall
-
Vargas)


“Facilitating Educational Change Online: Interactive, Inclusive, Collaborative, Multicultural Education
and t
he World Wide Web.” 9th Annual International Conference of the National Association for
Multicultural Education, San Diego, California, November 1999


“The Tint of My Lenses: An Autobiographical, Narrative Approach for Self
-
Examination and Community
Grow
th.” 9th Annual International Conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education,
San Diego, California, November 1999 (with Robert Covert)


“DiversityWeb.” National Symposium on Retaining Students of Color, Arlington, Virginia, November
1
998


“DiversityWeb.” The Challenge to Change: Creating Diversity in Our Libraries, State College,
Pennsylvania, October, 1998



Regional


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Keynote.
“Paradigm Shifts Essential to Education.” Intercultural Education Symposium, Albuquerque,
New Mexico, Novembe
r 2010


“Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’: Class
-
Equitable Learning.” Annual Conference of the California
Perkins Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee, Sacramento, California, November 2010


“Taco Night Is Not Enough: Authenticating Anti
-
Racism Educ
ation.” Annual Conference of the
California Perkins Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee, Sacramento, California, November
2010


“Beyond Recruitment and Retention: Principles for Authentic Equity and Diversity Initiatives.” Annual
Conference of VAC
UHO and VASPA, Wintergreen, Virginia, November 2010


Keynote.
“Educating for Equity and Social Justice in El Paso: Bringing Love, Hope, and Change to the
Public School Classroom.” Conference for International Research on Cross
-
cultural Learning in
Educatio
n. El Paso, Texas, July 2010


“Research Perspectives from Keynote Scholars.” Conference for International Research on Cross
-
cultural Learning in Education. El Paso, Texas, July 2010 (with Shernaz Garcia, Teresa Montero
Mendoza, Alicia Moreno
-
Cedillos, and
Olivia Lynch)


“Countering White Privilege in Supposedly Multicultural Education.” Maryland Multicultural Coalition
Conference, Silver Spring, Maryland, April 2010


“Authenticating Educational Equity: Overcoming the Multicultural Myths that Bind Us.” Maryl
and
Multicultural Coalition Conference, Silver Spring, Maryland, April 2010


Keynote.
“Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth: Creating Class Equity in Schools.” USC
-
Upstate
Diversity Conference, Spartanburg, South Carolina, March 2010


“Social Justice and E
quity.” Equity and the Future of Black Education Conference, Bloomington,
Minnesota, August 2009


“Educational Equity for Low
-
Income Families.” Maryland Multicultural Coalition Annual Statewide
Conference, Salisbury, Maryland, April 2009


Keynote
. “Elimina
ting the Achievement (Opportunity) Gap through Multicultural Education.” Fox Cities
Rotary Multicultural Center Conference, Appleton, Wisconsin, March 2009


“Our Impoverished Notions of Poverty: Toward an Authentic Understanding of Education and Class.”
Fo
x Cities Rotary Multicultural Center Conference, Appleton, Wisconsin, March 2009


Keynote
. “Creating Equitable Learning Environments through Multicultural Education.” 26
th

Annual
Multicultural Education Institute, Edmond, Oklahoma, February 2009



“Diversi
ty in School: The Pressure of Being Different.” Annual Wisconsin State Refugee Conference,
Appleton, Wisconsin, September 2008


Keynote
. “Class, Poverty, and Economic Justice: Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth.” Annual
Conference of Ohio
-
NAME, Columbus,

Ohio, June 2008


“Good Intentions Are Not Enough: Shifts of Consciousness and Practice for Multicultural Education.”
Annual Conference of Ohio
-
NAME, Columbus, Ohio, June 2008


Keynote
. “Beyond ‘Celebrating Diversity’: The Consciousness of a Social Justice

Educator and
Activist.” Cultural Diversity and Community Renewal Conference, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, June 2008


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Keynote
. “Beyond Diversity: Putting the
Progressive
Back into Community Activism.” Iowa
Community Action Association Annual Training Conference.

Des Moines, Iowa, June 2008


“The ‘Culture of Poverty’ and Other Myths that Harm Low
-
Income People.” Iowa Community Action
Association Annual Training Conference. Des Moines, Iowa, June 2008


“Beyond Cultural Tourism: Striving for Cultural Competence.” Co
nference of the Minnesota
Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, May 2008


Keynote
. “Beyond the Numbers: Retention through a Commitment to Equity.” Exploring Diversity in
Education Conference, Lakewood, Co
lorado, April 2008


Keynote
. “Eliminating the Achievement (Opportunity) Gap through Multicultural Education: Shifts of
Consciousness and Practice.” Annual Conference of Colorado
-
NAME, Thorton, Colorado, April 2008


“The ‘Culture of Poverty’ and Other Myths

that Harm Poor Students: Understanding and Practicing
Authentic Anti
-
Classism Education.” Annual Conference of Colorado
-
NAME, Thorton, Colorado, April
2008


Keynote
. “Authentic Integration: Shifts of Consciousness, Policy, and Practice for an Equitable
Ed
ucation Future.” Minnesota Department of Education 2008 Integration Conference, St. Paul,
Minnesota, March 2008


“The ‘Culture of Poverty’ and Other Myths about Class and Education.” Minnesota Department of
Education 2008 Integration Conference, St. Paul,
Minnesota, March 2008


Keynote
. “Beyond ‘Celebrating Diversity’: The Consciousness of a Social Justice Activist.” Diversity &
Leadership Conference, University of Wisconsin
-
Oshkosh, February 2008


“Personal Awareness Is Not Enough: Systemic Reform for Soci
al Justice.” Diversity & Leadership
Conference, University of Wisconsin
-
Oshkosh, February 2008


Keynote
. “Moving Beyond Diversity toward Equity and Social Justice.” Targeted Services Conference,
Minnesota Department of Education, Plymouth, Minnesota, Febru
ary 2008


“Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth: Classism and Anti
-
Classism in Our Schools and Classrooms.”
New Wisconsin Promise Conference: Closing the Achievement Gap, Madison, Wisconsin, January 2008


Keynote
. “Beyond ‘Celebrating Diversity’: The Consc
iousness of a Social Justice Educator and
Activist.” 2007 Statewide Equity and Multicultural Education Conference (Wisconsin State Human
Relations Association), Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, November 2007


“Exposing Deficit Theory and the ‘Culture of Poverty
’ Myth: Toward Authentic Anti
-
Classism Education
and Activism.” 2007 Statewide Equity and Multicultural Education Conference (Wisconsin State Human
Relations Association), Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, November 2007


“Poverty and the Classroom.” Mid
-
Level Co
nference of the Minnesota Association of Alternative
Programs, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 2007


Keynote
. “Beyond Color Blindness: Being an Anti
-
Racist Educator.” 2007 Indian Education Summit.
Rapid City, South Dakota, September 2007


“The ‘Culture of Pov
erty’ and Other Myths that Blind Us: Authentic Action for Class Equity in
Education.” 2007 Indian Education Summit. Rapid City, South Dakota, September 2007


“Being an Anti
-
Classist Educator: Transcending the Culture of Poverty Myth.” INDIVISIBLE: Teaching

for Social Justice through Literature for Children and Adolescents, Chicago, Illinois, June 2007


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Keynote
.

“Toward Authentic Anti
-
Classism Activism.” Shining the Light on Poverty Conference, Keene,
New Hampshire, March 2007


“Fixing What’s Broken: How the

‘Culture of Poverty’ Myth Institutionalizes Educational Classism.”
Shining the Light on Poverty Conference, Keene, New Hampshire, March 2007


Focus Session
. “Beyond Celebrating Diversity: Creating Equitable Learning Environments for All
Students.” Raising

Achievement and Closing Gaps Conference (North Carolina State Board of
Education), Greensboro, North Carolina, March 2007


“A Scholarly Conversation on Issues Impacting Student Achievement.” Raising Achievement and
Closing Gaps Conference (North Carolina
State Board of Education), Greensboro, North Carolina,
March 2007 (with Peggy McIntosh)


“Beyond Tokenism: Authentic Multicultural Curriculum Development.” Raising Achievement and
Closing Gaps Conference (North Carolina State Board of Education), Greensbor
o, North Carolina,
March 2007


“No Consumer Left Behind: Globalization, Classism, and the Corporatization of U.S. Schools.” Hamline
Dialogues: Globalization in the New Millennium, St. Paul, Minnesota, March 2007


“ReRadicalizing Anti
-
Oppressive Education.”

California Teachers Association Equity and Human Rights
Conference, San Jose, California, March 2007


“The New Sexism: Understanding and Eliminating the Gender Digital Divide.” California Teachers
Association Equity and Human Rights Conference, San Jose,
California, March 2007 (with Vivian
Johnson)


“Beyond Heroes and Holidays: Re
-
Radicalizing Anti
-
Racist Activism.” Symposium on Social Justice,
University of Minnesota

Duluth
, October 2006


“The Pitiable Poor: Ruby Payne’s Racist and Classist Reframing of P
overty.” Symposium on Social
Justice, University of Minnesota

Duluth
, October 2006


“Beyond the Food Fair: Multicultural Education for Equity and Social Justice.” Northwest Wisconsin
Education Association Teachers’ Convention, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Octobe
r 2006


“Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Northwest Wisconsin Education Association
Teachers’ Convention, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, October 2006


“Beyond Taco Night: Rekindling the Social Justice Spirit of Multicultural Education.” Minnesota
-
NA
ME
Conference, Roseville, Minnesota, October 2006


“Multicultural Education: Instructional Practice & Student Outcomes.” Michael Tilford Conference on
Diversity and Multiculturalism, Wichita, Kansas, September 2006


“Aspects of Multiculturalism: U.S.” U.S.

and Indian Perspectives on Multiculturalism Seminar,
Guwahati, India, August 2006


“Beyond Heroes and Holidays: Multicultural Education as Equity and Social Justice.” U.S. and Indian
Perspectives on Multiculturalism Seminar, Guwahati, India, August 2006


Keynote
.
“Beyond Folklórico and Fiestas: Putting the
Radical
Back into Social Justice Movements.”
Migrant Network Coalition Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, July 2006


“So You Think You’re an Anti
-
Racist?: Shifts of Consciousness for Well
-
Meaning White Fol
ks.” Migrant
Network Coalition Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, July 2006


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“Realities of Poverty: Uncovering Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Multicultural Summer
Institute, Prince William County Schools, Dumfries, Virginia, June 2006


“Beyond Taco Nig
ht: Putting the Equity and Justice Back into Multicultural Education.” Multicultural
Summer Institute, Prince William County Schools, Dumfries, Virginia, June 2006


Keynote
. “Uncovering Oppression in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Educators for Diversity Confere
nce,
Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2006


“From Celebrating Diversity to Social Justice: ReRadicalizing Multicultural Education.” Educators for
Diversity Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2006


Keynote
. “Setting the Stage for Student Success by Creating

an Equitable Learning Environment.”
Minnesota ASCD Annual Conference, Plymouth, Minnesota, March 2006


“Uncovering Classism and Racism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Minnesota ASCD Annual Conference,
Plymouth, Minnesota, March 2006 (with Johanna Eager)


Key
note
.
“So You Think You’re an Anti
-
Racist?: Shifts of Consciousness for Well
-
Meaning White
Folks.” Domestic Diversity Institute, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan, September
2005


“White Privilege and the Achievement Gap.” Domestic Diversit
y Institute, Northern Michigan
University, Marquette, Michigan, September 2005


“Multicultural Education and the Transformation of Self and Schools.” Excellence in Education
Conference, Nebraska Department of Education, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 2005


2
-
Day

Workshop
.
“Racism and Whiteness in Education: Closing the Achievement Gap in Education.”
Northeast Metro Educator’s Institute, Roseville, Minnesota, August 2004


“Well Intentioned Racism.” 3
rd

Annual Lecture Series on Racial Reconciliation, Minneapolis, M
innesota,
April 2004


“Being the Change: Progressing the Politics of Our Selves and Our Schools.” Building Bridges
Conference, Gustavus Adolphus College, Saint Peter, Minnesota, March 2004


“Education Equity: Transforming Ourselves to Transform Our Schools
.” The Bilingual Education
Summer Institute and Principals’ Institute, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland, June 2002


“Turning the Tide of the Digital Divide: Education Equity and the Politics of Surfing.” Teaching with
Technology Conference, Colleg
e Park, Maryland, April 2002


“Socioeconomic Inequities in Schools: A Simulation.” Virginia Association for Multicultural Education
Annual Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, October 2001


“Visions, Bridges, and Voices: Facilitating Collaborative Learni
ng through a Campus
-
Wide Intergroup
Dialogue Program.” Annual Maryland Multicultural Coalition and National Association for Multicultural
Education Conference, Wye Mills, Maryland, April 2001


“Self
-
Reflection: A Starting Point for Multicultural Educators.
” Every Teacher,
Every Child: Annual
Conference of the Special Education Resource Center, Merriden, Connecticut, March 2001


“Multicultural Teaching and Learning with the Internet.” Every Teacher, Every Child: Annual
Conference of the Special Education Res
ource Center, Merriden, Connecticut, March 2001



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“Expanding Our Vision of Diversity: Strategies for Initiating Dialogue on
Psychological Disabilities.”
Maryland Student Affairs Conference, College Park, Maryland, February 2001(with Partamin Farzad
Nawabi)


“Transforming Curriculum through a Multicultural Perspective.” Through Their Eyes: Multicultural
Summer Institute VI, Dumfries, Virginia, June 2000 (with Christine Clark)


“Using the Internet to Develop a Curriculum with a Multicultural Perspective.” Thr
ough Their Eyes:
Multicultural Summer Institute VI, Dumfries, Virginia, June 2000 (with Christine Clark)


Pre
-
Conference Institute
.
“Multicultural Teaching Practice and Curriculum Transformation in the
Online Information Age.” National Association for Mult
icultural Education Conference, Region One,
Waterbury, Connecticut, October 1999


“Facilitating Collaboration and Institutional Improvement Via the Internet.” Symposium on Race,
Gender and Ethnicity, College Park, Maryland, November 1998 (with Gladys Bro
wn)


“DiversityWeb.” Retention 2000: Student Self
-
Empowerment, College Park, Maryland, November 1998
(with Gladys Brown)


Keynote Address
: “Facilitating Educational and Social Change Online: Interactive, Inclusive,
Collaborative, Multicultural Education an
d the World Wide Web.” Multicultural Response Team
Conference, Denver, Colorado, September 1998


“The ‘I’ Instead of the ‘You’: Modeling and Teaching Self
-
Reflective and Critical Thought.” Multicultural
Response Team Conference, Denver, Colorado, September

1998


“Positive Racial Identity Development in White Educators: Toward Individual Processes of Self
-
development.” Conference of the Virginia Association for Multicultural Education, Radford, Virginia,
September 1998


“Networking and Educating Multicultur
ally with the Internet.” Annual Conference of the Virginia
Association for Multicultural Education, Radford, Virginia, September 1998



“A Shipshape Future: Mixed Methods Evaluation of Housing Operations.” Meeting of the Southeastern
Association of Housing

Officials, Savannah, Georgia, February 1998 (with Jonathan Hine)


“The Multicultural Pavilion: Content
-
focused Employment of Internet Technology.” Conference of the
Virginia Association for Multicultural Education, Woodbridge, Virginia, September 1997


“Y
ou Want It When?: Developing a Methodology for Measuring Effectiveness and Efficiency in
Residential Areas.” Annual Conference of VACHO/VASPA, Wintergreen, Virginia, November 1996 (with
Jonathan Hine)


“Multiculturalism and the Internet.” Conference of th
e National Association of Student Personnel
Administrators, Region III. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, June 1996



SELECTED
INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS


“Beyond the ‘Culture of Poverty’.” Greater Twin Cities United Way, St. Paul
, Minnesota, April 2008


“The ‘Culture of Poverty’ and Other Myths that Harm Low
-
Income Students.” Community presentation
for Georgia
-
NAME and Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2008


“Research as Advocacy: Pitfalls and Possibilities.” Pilch
er Forum, Georgia State University, March 2008


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“Class and Poverty: Authenticizing the Dialogue.” Oakdale S.E.E.D., Oakdale, Minnesota, December
2007


“Huck Finn in Political Context.” Saint Paul Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota, September 2007


“Huck Finn in
Political Context: The Mark Twain You Never Knew.” Mahtomedi High School,
Mahtomedi, Minnesota, May 2007


“Being a Social Justice Activist.” Avalon High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, April 2007


“Student Activism for Real Change.” Crosswinds Alternative Hig
h School, Coon Rapids, Minnesota,
April 2007


“Exploring the Multicultural Curriculum.” Northwest Ohio Special Education Special Education Regional
Resource Center, Toledo, Ohio, January 2007


“Classism and Racism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Wichita
-
Intern
ational Chapter of the National
Association for Multicultural Education, Wichita, Kansas, September 2006


“Being Multicultural: Shifts of Consciousness to Live in a Multicultural World.” Pondicherry University,
Pondicherry, India, August 2006 (program repe
ated at M.O.P. Vaishnav College)


“Equity and Social Justice for Multicultural Education.” M.O.P. Vaishnav College, Chennai, India, August
2006


“Multicultural Education.” M.N. Shukla College of Education, Ahmedabad, India, August 2006


“Multiculturalism a
s a Vision for Equity and Social Justice.” St. Xavier’s Institute of Communication,
Mumbai, India, August 2006 (repreated at H.R. College of Commerce)


“Gender and Sexism in the U.S.” Sophia College, Mumbai, India, August 2006


“Beyond
Food, Folks, and Fu
n
: Multicultural Education as Equity and Social Justice.” University of
Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia, May 2006


“Uncovering Racism and Classism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Duluth Public Schools, Duluth,
Minnesota, April 2006


“Uncovering Racism and Clas
sism in Ruby Payne’s Framework.” Minnesota NAME Insisting on Equity
Series, St. Paul, Minnesota, March 2006


“Transforming Curriculum through Multicultural Education.” Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla,
Colombia, February 2006


“Multicultural Curriculum
Transformation.” South Washington County Schools, Woodbury, Minnesota,
January 2006


“How Racism Affects All of Us.” Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan, September 2005


“Equity and Social Justice in Language Teaching and Learning.” Instituto

de Idiomas, Universidad del
Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia
, August 2005


“Being an Agent of Social Justice.” Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, May 2005


“Taco Night to Transformation: Multicultural Education as Equity and Social Justice.” Doane Coll
ege,
Grand Island, Nebraska, April 2005


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“Sexism and the Digital Divide.” Technology Certificate Program, Hamline University, St. Paul,
Minnesota, April 2005


“Whiteness and Anti
-
Racist Teaching.” Workshop for Teachers and Administrators, New Spirit Charte
r
School, St. Paul, Minnesota, March 2005


“Moving Toward Equity in Education.” Woodbury Masters of Arts in Education Learning Community,
Woodbury, Minnesota, November 2004


“Beyond the Bully.” Workshop for 6
th

Graders, Wellstone Elementary School, St. Pau
l, Minnesota,
October 2004


“Diversity: What’s the Big Whoop?” Roseville Area Schools, Minnesota, August 2004


“Engaging Your Colleagues in Dialogue about Equity and Diversity.” Roseville Area Schools, Minnesota,
August 2004


“Socioeconomic Classism and Ed
ucational Opportunity.” Roseville Area Schools S.E.E.D., Minnesota,
April 2004


“Whiteness and Privilege in Education.” Anoka
-
Hennepin S.E.E.D., Minnesota, January 2004


“Equity and Justice in Education.” Robinsdale Masters of Arts in Education Learning Co
mmunity,
Robinsdale, Minnesota, January 2004


“Being the Change: Transforming My Self, Transforming My School.” Training All Teachers Program,
Salisbury University, Maryland, October 2003


“Multicultural Education and Self
-
Transformation.” District
-
Wide St
aff Day, East Metro Integration
District (of Minnesota Public Schools), St. Paul, Minnesota, August 2003


“Education That Is Multicultural: Training of Trainers.” 2
-
Day Workshop for ETM Liaisons, Baltimore
County Public Schools, Towson, Maryland, May 2003


“White on White Educators Dialogue.”
Affinity Group Dialogue for Teachers in the Washington, D.C.
Area, Eastern Educational Resources Collaborative, Washington, D.C.,

May 2003 (with Elizabeth
Denevi)



COMMITTEES AND SERVICE


International




Fellow, Inte
rnational Academy for Intercultural Research, 2004

present



Board of Directors, International Association for Intercultural Education,
2006

present



National




President
-
Elect, National Association for Multicultural Education,
2007

2009




Conference Planning

Committee, National Association for Multicultural Education, 2008



Region Five Director, Board of Directors, National Association for Multicultural Education, 2006

2007




Chapter Development Specialist & Parliamentarian, Executive Board, Board of Directors,

National
Association for Multicultural Education, 2005

2006




Chair, Division K (Teacher Education), Section 6 (Multicultural Education and Differentiation),
American Educational Research Association Conference,
2007 conference



Conference Planning Committe
e, Association of Gender Equity Leadership in Education, 2006

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Parliamentarian, Executive Board, Board of Directors, National Association for Multicultural
Education, 2001

2005



Chair, Nominations Committee, National Association for Multicultural Education,
2005



National Advisory Board, Clark Atlanta University’s School of Education, 2003

2005



Teacher and Curriculum Specialist, School and Public Library Reference Program, Greenwood
Publishing Group, Inc., 2000

2005



Chair, By
-
laws Committee, National Associati
on for Multicultural Education, 2001

2005




Publications Committee, National Association for Multicultural Education, 1999

2004



Conference Proposal Review Committee, National Association for Multicultural Education, 2000

present



Chair, Community Building &

Collaboration Committee, National Conference on Dialogue and
Deliberation, 2002



Steering Committee, National Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation, 2002



Conference Planning Committee, National Association for Multicultural Education, 2002


Regional




At
-
Large Board Member, Minnesota
-
NAME,
2007

2008




President, Minnesota
-
NAME (state chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education),
2006

2007




Steering Committee, Minnesota
-
NAME, 2003

200
6



Academic Achievement for Maryland’s Minority Students

Steering Committee (appointed by State
Superintendent of Schools), 2002

2003



Vice President, Executive Board, Board of Directors, Maryland Multicultural Coalition (state chapter
of the National Association for Multicultural Education), 2002

2003



Parliame
ntarian, Executive Board, Board of Directors, Maryland Multicultural Coalition (state
chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education), 2001

2002



Maryland Human Rights Network, Maryland Human Relations Commission, 2000

2003



Representative
for University of Maryland, College Park, University System of Maryland Diversity
Network Student Based Initiatives Task Force, 2000

2003



Advisor, Spectrum (a multicultural student organization), Episcopal High School, Alexandria,
Virginia, 2000

2002



Highe
r Education Outreach Committee, Maryland Multicultural Coalition, 2000

2001



Steering Committee, Virginia Association for Multicultural Education (state chapter of the National
Association for Multicultural Education), 1996

1997


Local/Institutional




Dean
’s Council, New Century College, George Mason University,
2009

present




Curriculum Committee, New Century College, George Mason University,
2009

present



Diversity Research Group, George Mason University, 2010

present



Diversity Committee, New Century Colle
ge, George Mason University,
2009

2010



Assessment Committee, New Century College, George Mason University, 2009

2010



University Diversity Integration Committee
, Hamline University
, 2007

2008




Graduate School of Education
Dean’s
Advisory Committee
, Hamline
University
,
2007

2008



University Accreditation Committee,
Hamline University,
2006

2007



Diversity Committee, Hamline University, 2003

2007

(Vice Chair, 2005

2006; Chair, 2006
-
2007
)



Faculty Development Committee, Graduation School of Education, Hamline Univ
ersity, 2005

2007



University Co
uncil, Hamline University, 2005

2006




Advisory Committee, Antiracism Study
-
Dialogue Circle,
Hamline University,
2004

2005



Human Subjects Review Committee, Graduation School of Education, Hamline University, 2004

2006



Educati
on Council, Hamline University, 2003

2006



MEDAL Governance Committee, Graduate School of Education, Hamline University, 2003

2008



Diversity Framework Work Group, Graduate School of Education, Hamline University, 2003

2005

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Diversity Core Committee (responsi
ble for approving diversity core courses for undergraduate
students), Academic Affairs, University of Maryland, 2001

2003 (Chair, 2002

2003)



Advisor, SATIN (Student Action through Intergroup Networking), University of Maryland, 2000

2003



Advisory Board, Mi
ni
-
Center for Teaching Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture and Society,
University of Maryland, 2000

2003



Diversity Initiative Steering Committee, University of Maryland, 1999

2003



Selection Committee, University Awards Program, University of Maryland, 2
001



Service Day Faculty Leader, College Park Scholars, University of Maryland, 2001



Sexual Harassment Prevention Program Trainers, University of Maryland, 1999

2000



Chair, Whiteness Advisory Group, University of Maryland, 1998

1999



Diversity Trainers Cir
cle, University of Maryland, 1998

1999



Curry Community Committee, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia, 1996

1998 (Co
-
Chair 1997

1998)



Education Council, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia, Vice President 1996

1997



Multicultural

and Minority Advocacy Committee, University of Virginia, 1995

1996



MEDIA AND

INTERVIEWS




Newsweek
. For the article, “The Invisible Campus Color Line,” printed October 2010



The People Power Hour (radio show), “Poverty and Education,” recorded January 22,

2009



Rapid City Journal
. For the article, “Celebrating Diversity Doesn’t End Racism,” printed September
21, 2007



New York Times Magazine
. F
or the article, “T
he Class Consciousness Raiser,”

printed June 10,
2007



White Teachers/Diverse Classrooms
.
DV
D produ
ced by Stylus Publishing
, released April 2007



News Today
. (Indian news agency), August 2006



The Asian Age.
(Indian newspaper), August 2006



The Hindu
. (Indian newspaper), August 2006



The Guidance Channel
. (January 2005).
<http://www.guidancechannel.com/defa
ult.aspx?index=1703&cat=2>.



Minnesota Public Television (St. Paul, MN). Invited discussion guest for the film None of My
Business, about domestic abuse. (February 2004).



KRCL Listeners Community Radio (Salt Lake City, Utah). (November 2003).



Diamondback

(
newspaper). (February 2002). Interviewed for the diversity beat about the
Intergroup Dialogue Program at the University of Maryland.



RIF Exchange
: Multicultural Books (Reading is Fundamental television program). (May 2001).



r.w.t
. (The Magazine for Readin
g * Writing * Thinking). (March 2001). Interviewed for
Interviews

section, pp. 12
-
14.



Black Explosion

(newspaper). (October
-
November 2000). Interviewed for

Community Bulletin
Board

section, “Intergroup Dialogue Program,” p. 11.



The Guidance Channel

(Web s
ite). (September 2000). Interviewed for
In Focus
, “Creating Positive
Change: Taking the Steps to Multiculturalize a Curriculum,” <http://www.guidancechannel.com>.



Diversity Monthly

(Volume 1, No. 3: 1999).



SELECTED CONSULTATION

& SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS


S
ocial Justice,
Education Equity, Staff/Faculty Development, Curriculum Reform, and
Institutional Transformation



Bosque School, Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 2010)



Central New Mexico Community College, Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 2010)



Ralph J. Bu
nche Academy, Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 2010)



Mountain Mahogany Charter School, Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 2010)



Los Puentes Charter School, Albuquerque, New Mexico (November 2010)



Berea College, Kentucky (October 2010)



Bryn Mawr School, Bal
timore, Maryland (October 2010)

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St. Anne’s School, Middleton, Delaware (August 2010)



College of Education, University of Texas
-
El Paso

(July 2010)



Keene State University (talks on class and poverty in education), Keene, New Hampshire (March
2010)



School fo
r International Training (talk on cultural imperialism in international work), Brattleboro,
Vermont (March 2010)



University of Wisconsin
-
Stout (workshops on “inclusive excellence”), Menomonie, Wisconsin
(January 2010)



Delaware Valley Minority Student Achie
vement Consortium
, Sewell, New Jersey (November 2009)



Houston A+ Challenge (workshop on class and poverty for aspiring principals), Houston, Texas

(December 2009)



Center for Consciousness and Transformation, George Mason University (presentation on Social
Justice and Consciousness), Fairfax, Virginia (November 2009)



Loudoun County NAACP (workshop on equity and diversity in Loudoun County), Ashburn, Virginia
(September 2009)



Adventure Club (day
-
long poverty and education workshop), Robbinsdale School Distric
t,
Robinsdale, Minnesota (August 2009)



University of Wisconsin
-
Superior (workshops on campus and pedagogical inclusiveness), Superior,
Wisconsin (August 2009)



Illinois Valley Community College (three
-
day faculty development institute), Oglesby, Illinois (M
ay
2009)



St. Norbert College (staff development on equity and diversity), De Pere, Wisconsin (May 2009)



East Metro Integration District (day
-
long workshop on class and poverty in education), St. Paul,
Minnesota (March 2009)



Mentoring Partnership of Minneso
ta (day
-
long workshop on class and poverty for mentors and
mentor trainers), St. Paul, Minnesota (March 2009)



Athenian School (workshop and assembly on social justice in education), Danville, California
(February 2009)



Houston A+ Challenge (workshops on so
cial justice leadership in education), Houston, Texas
(February 2009)



Institute for Educational Transformation (day
-
long workshop on anti
-
poverty education),
Manassas, Virginia (November 2008)



West Metro Education Program (day
-
long workshop on poverty and
education), Minneapolis,
Minnesota (October 2008)



Farmington Middle School (workshop on class equity in education), Farmington, Minnesota
(October 2008)



Saint Paul Academy and Summit School, St. Paul, Minnesota (October 2008)



Central Connecticut State Univ
ersity (day
-
long faculty development), New Britain, Connecticut
(October 2008)



St. Norbert College (workshop for student affairs division), De Pere, Wisconsin (September 2008)



Juniata College (two workshops on class and poverty), Huntingdon, Pennsylvania (
September
2008)



Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (day or workshops on intersection of racism and poverty),
Baltimore, Maryland (September 2008)



South Central Commission on Religion and Race (day
-
long workshop on racism), United Methodist
Church, Faye
tteville, Arkansas (June 2008)



Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching, Urban Scholars Program, Hamline University, St. Paul,
Minnesota (June 2008)



Parsons District Schools (faculty and staff workshop), Parsons, Kansas (May 2008)



Wichita Public Schools (wo
rkshop for staff of Title I schools), Wichita, Kansas (May 2008)



Illinois Valley Community College (3
-
day faculty workshop), Oglesby, Illinois (May 2008)



Greater Twin Cities United Way, St. Paul, Minnesota (May 2008)



Teen Adolescent Pregnant and Parenting
Program, Minneapolis Public Schools, Minnesota (May
2008)



The Circle Project, Denver, Colorado (April 2008)



University of Colorado

Colorado Springs (workshop on class and poverty), Colorado Springs,
Colorado (April 2008)



Georgia State University (Early Chi
ldhood Education Faculty), Atlanta, Georgia (March 2008)

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Kennesaw State University (Education Faculty), Kennesaw, Georgia (March 2008)



Tanglen Elementary School, Minnetonka, Minnesota (March 2008)



Centennial Schools, Lino Lakes, Minnesota (March 2008)



Kans
as Parent Information Resource Center, Junction City, Kansas (February 2008)



Mansfield University (2
-
day faculty workshop), Mansfield, Pennsylvania (February 2008)



St. Norbe
r
t College (faculty development workshop), De Pere, Wisconsin (February 2008)



St. P
aul’s School (faculty development workshops), Concord, New Hampshire (January 2008)



Greater Twin Cities United Way, St. Paul, Minnesota (December 2007)



Oklahoma United Methodist Church Consortium on Religion and Race, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
(December 2007
)



Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs, Saint Paul, Minnesota (November 2007)



The Engaged University, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland (October 2007)



Saint Paul Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota (October 2007)



East Metro Integration Distr
ict, Woodbury, Minnesota (September 2007)



University of Vermont (faculty development workshop), Burlington, Vermont (September 2007)



Loudoun County Public Schools (3 days of staff development workshops), Loudoun County,
Virginia
(
August 2007
)



Kingsbury Sch
ool

(day
-
long staff development), Washington, DC
(
August 2007
)



Oregon Center for Applied Sciences, Eugene, Oregon
(
June
-
July

2007
)



Birch Grove Elementary School for the Arts, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
(
May 2007
)



St. Paul’s School (diversity
and equity
asses
sment), Concord, New Hampshire (March 2007
; May
2007
; August 2007
)



North High School (diversity
and equity
assessment), Eau Claire, Wisconsin (March 2007
; May
2007
; August 2007
)



Benedictine University (separate workshops for SGA, MBA faculty, and universit
y
-
wide faculty and
staff), Lisle, Illinois (February 2007)



Northwest Ohio Special Education Special Education Regional Resource Center (2
-
day workshop),
Toledo, Ohio (January 2007)



Ball State University, Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry, Muncie, I
ndiana (January 2007)



Instituto de Idiomas, Universidad del Norte (2
-
week consultative visit), Barranquilla, Colombia
(August
-
September, 2006)



Greater Minneapolis Day Care Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota (June 2006)



Instituto de Idiomas, Universidad de
l Norte (2
-
week consultative visit), Barranquilla, Colombia
(February
-
March, 2006)



South Washington County Public Schools (
3
half
-
day staff development

workshops
), Woodbury,
Minnesota (January
-
March

2006)



North High School (day
-
long staff development), Eau

Claire, Wisconsin (December 2005)



East Metro Integration District (staff development day), Minneapo
lis, Minnesota (December 2005)



Anoka
-
Hennepin School District (workshop for early childhood educators), Anoka, Minnesota
(October 2005)



District of Fort Atk
inson Public Schools (day
-
long staff development), Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
(October 2005)



Northern Michigan University, Student Activities & Leadership Office, Marquette, Michigan
(September 2005)



Instituto de Idiomas, Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla,

Colombia (August 2005)



Office of Student and Professional Services, University of Minnesota (June 2005)



North High School (staff development), Eau Claire, Wisconsin (February 2005; June 2005)



Oregon Center for Applied Science (assessment of anti
-
bias prog
ram), Eugene, Oregon (May
2005)



New Spirit Charter School (workshop on white privilege and racism in education), St. Paul,
Minnesota (March 2005)



The Overlake School (multicultural curriculum assessment), Redmond, Washington (March 2005)



Humboldt Middle Sc
hool (staff development), St. Paul, Minnesota (March 2005)



Wyoming Elementary School (staff development), Wyoming, Minnesota (February 2005)



Anoka
-
Hennepin School District (high school English teachers), Anoka, Minnesota (November
2004)



American School Fou
ndation (week
-
long engagement at an international K
-
12 school), Mexico
City, Mexico (2004)

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Roseville Area Schools (back
-
to
-
school workshop), Roseville, Minnesota (2004)



North Saint Paul Public Schools (administrators and diversity liaisons), North Saint Pa
ul, Minnesota
(2004)



Tri
-
District School Community Cultures and Environmental Science Elementary School,
Maplewood, Minnesota (2004)



White Bear Lake High School and Arlington High School, White Bear Lake, Minnesota (2004)



Roseville Area Schools (professio
nal development for principals and superintendents), Roseville,
Minnesota (2004)



Team Maryland, Institute of Leadership, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland (2004)



Anoka
-
Hennepin School District, Coon Rapids, Minnesota (2003)



East Metro Integrat
ion District, Minnesota Public Schools, St. Paul, Minnesota (2003)



Project Common Ground, East Metro Integration District, Minnesota Public Schools, St. Paul,
Minnesota (2003)



Training All Teachers Program, Salisbury University, Maryland (2003)



Loudoun Cou
nty Public Schools, Virginia (2001

2003)



Northfield Mount Hermon High School, Northfield, Massachusetts (2002

2004)



Flint Hill School, Oakton, Virginia (2002

2003)



Department of Public Instruction, North Carolina State Department of Education, Raleigh, Nor
th
Carolina (2003)



CaseNEX (case
-
based teacher education project), Charlottesville, Virginia (2002

2003)



FAST TRAIN Program (ESL teacher preparation program), George Mason University, Fairfax,
Virginia (2003)



Eastern Shore Community College (2003)



Carolina
s Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina (2003)



Eastern Educational Resource Collaborative (2002; 2003)



South Lake Elementary School, Gaithersburg, Maryland (2002)



Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Virginia (2000

2002)



Lexington Community College, Lexi
ngton, Kentucky (2002)



Central Arizona College, Signal Peak Campus, Coolidge, Arizona (2002)



Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland (2001; 2002)



Stone Ridge School, Rockville, Maryland (2002)



Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia (2002)



St. Mary’s Ryken

High School, Leonardtown, Maryland (2002)



Diversity and Equity Committee, Albemarle County Schools, Virginia (2002)



Resident Life, State University of New York

Stony Brook (2001)



Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus (2001)



Service Le
arning Institute, California State University

Monterey Bay (2001)



Park View High School, Sterling, Virginia (2001)



Parents United for Child Care, Boston, Massachusetts (2001)



Frederick Community College, Frederick, Maryland (2001)



Breck School, Minneapolis
, Minnesota (2000)



Mammoth Unified School District, Mammoth Lakes, California (2000)



Resident Life, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland (1999)



National Council on Education Statistics, Washington, D.C. * (1999

2000)



Diversity Trainers Circle, Co
llege Park, Maryland (1999)



Curry School of Education Staff, Charlottesville, Virginia (1998)



Ball’s Bluff Elementary School, Leesburg, Virginia (1997)



Hampton Public Schools, Hampton, Virginia * (1997)



Amelia County Public Schools, Virginia * (1997)



Albem
arle High School, Charlottesville, Virginia * (1996)



Charlottesville Senior Center, Charlottesville, Virginia (1996)



Miller School, Charlottesville, Virginia * (1996)


*
with UVA Multicultural Facilitation Team


Instructional Technology, the Digital Divide
, and Education Equity




National Association for Multicultural

Education (1999

2004)



McGraw
-
Hill Higher Education Division (2000

2004)

PAUL GORSKI



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Teaching for Change (2003)



Friends of David Merkowitz (2002)



Barry University, Miami, Florida (2001)



American Council on
Education (1999

2000)



Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service (1996

1998)



Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethics (1997)



University of Virginia (1996

1997)



Virginia Local Government Management Association (1997)



Richmond Metropolitan Authority (1997)



City of Pearisburg, Virginia (1997)



American Evaluation Association (1996)



Office of Minority Programs, University of Virginia (1996)



PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


American Education
al

Research Association (2002

present)

United Association for Labor Educat
ion (
2009

present)

Association of Teacher Educators (2002

present)

National Association for Multicultural Education (1996

present)

International Association for Intercultural Education (2004

present)

Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education (2
003

present)

American College Personnel Association (2000

2001
; 2009

present
)

Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (2005

2008
)

Resource Center of the Americas (2003

2007
)

National Coalition of Education Activists (2003

2006
)

Association fo
r the Advancement of Computing in Education (2001

2003)

National Organization of Men Against Sexism (2000

2002)

National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (2000

2001)

American Evaluation Association (1996

1998)



Virginia Association for Mul
t
icultural Education (1996

1998)