About

About The Road School

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The Road School provides education programmes, school and teacher training, resources and guidance which promote  culturally sustaining approaches for students in schools.

The Road School has five key aims:

  • Create teacher development (training and resources) for school teachers and leaders to support critical culturally sustaining approaches to dialogue in schools.
  • Establish critical culturally sustaining approaches to dialogue as a method for facilitating classroom talk about race and racism with all school community stakeholders.
  • Develop academic opportunities (conferences and journal articles) for critical dialogue debates emerging across local, regional, national and global education spaces.
  • Encourage critical dialogue, collaboration and interdisciplinary exchange across education spaces and beyond.

Promote critical culturally sustaining approaches to dialogue as an important site for cultural exchange in education.