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Featuring Discussion Panels:         

  • The Top 5 Most Pressing Challenges Facing African American Education Since Brown. 

  • Promoting Black Student Achievement in the 21st Century. 

  • The Role of Higher Education in Preparing Future Teachers to Be Advocates for Black K-12 Students.

  • Cultivating Future Leaders in the Black Community. 

  • Legislation for Our Future. 

  • Collaborating with Civil Rights Organizations and Community Leaders to Improve Educational Outcomes for Black Students. 

  •  Trends in Black Student Achievement over Time: What Policies Matter?


A National Conference

Meeting the Promise of
Brown v. Board:
70 Years Later

May 22-24, 2024

The Westin Washington, DC Downtown

To commemorate the occasion of the Supreme Court Decision, NCOEE, along with its partners, will host a conference, bringing educational leaders, directors of community-based organizations, academics and policymakers from across the country, to discuss key issues. Research related to the 1954 decision, its impact on our students and communities, and where we go from here, will be led by academics from around the country.  Their findings will also be highlighted in a book to be published after the conference.  Register now.

Conference Registration Fees:

  • Full Conference: $650.00

  • ​One Day: $350.00

  • Virtual: $199.00

Check -In: May 21 or May 22, 2024

Check-Out: May 24, 2024

The Westin Washington, DC Downtown

999 9th St NW,

Washington, DC 20001

(202) 898-9000

Sponsored in part by:

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