On Monday, the elementary and secondary education Brown Master of Arts in Teaching candidates attended the first colloquium of the year. The topic was college readiness and access for grades K-12.
The Fall Colloquium was moderated by Angela Romans, Principal Associate at Brown’s Annenberg Institute for School Reform. The panel consisted of Raul Cervantes, College Access Program Director at College Visions of RI; Maria Carvahlo, Associate Director for College Readiness and Completion at College Crusade of RI; Annmarie Sawyer, Executive Director of Providence YMCA Youth Services, and Terri Adelman, Executive Director of Inspiring Minds.
Colloquiums are a key opportunity to bring together the MAT and Urban Arts in Teaching (UEP) candidates to discuss vital issues at the intersection of teaching and learning and policy in urban education.