Center for Anti-Oppressive Education





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3rd Annual

Dates: 14-16 October 2005
Location: Waikiki Beach Marriott Hotel, Honolulu, Hawai'i, U.S.A.

Overview | Tentative Schedule | Registration Information | Location | For More Information

Conference Overview

What does it mean to prepare teachers to teach toward social justice? Across the United States and around the world, educators face many challenges. Especially troublesome are the economic, social, and political contexts that make difficult our attempts to address differences and oppressions in schools and society. Yet, in the face of these challenges, teacher educators are continuing to produce significant theories, practices, and coalitions. The 3rd Annual International Conference on Teacher Education and Social Justice will offer rare opportunities to discuss cutting-edge research, develop innovative resources, build networks, and explore possibilities for new directions in teacher preparation with a diverse group of educators who share commitments and priorities.

Tentative Conference Schedule

To view the tentative conference schedule, click here.

Registration Information

All educators, researchers, and educational leaders and advocates throughout the United States and the world and from all levels and disciplines are invited to register. The Registration Fee covers admission to all sessions and a copy of the conference program booklet. Participants are responsible for their own transportation, lodging, and meals.

On-site Registration Fee
(cash or check only; credit card payments will not be accepted)
U.S.$ 125.00


The Conference will be held at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Hotel, 2552 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Hawai'i. Participants are responsible for their own travel and lodging. A limited number of rooms will be available to conference registrants at the special reduced rates listed below:

Room Type
City View
Run of House
Partial Ocean View

These rates are available during the conference and for three days before and after. To make reservations, call 808-922-6611 or toll-free at 800-367-5370 and mention the Center for Anti-Oppressive Education.

For More Information

Please contact Dr. Kevin Kumashiro, the Director of CAOE.