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Institute for the Study of Culture and Society: Dr. Starr E. Keyes

Dr. Starr E. Keyes
Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. | Bowling Green Performing Arts Center| 530 W Poe Rd | Bowling Green, OH

""Dr. Starr E. Keyes is an Associate Professor at Bowling Green State University in the School of Counseling and Special Education. Dr. Keyes is interested in research related to early reading interventions, Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI), teaching social skills, urban education, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) learners, and academic and behavioral interventions for students with mild-moderate disabilities. Her fall 2019 lecture considers how implicit and explicit forms of racism, ableism, and gender stereotyping contribute to deep inequities in disciplinary practices and help perpetuate the school-to-prison pipeline. In this public talk, Dr. Keyes will share regional, state, and national disciplinary exclusion data and discuss a variety of strategies to combat this issue and improve student behavior and academic performance.

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Dr. Starr E. Keyes, ICS Faculty Fellow (Fall 2019)
Associate Professor
School of Counseling and Special Education
414 Education Building

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