Every year, the Pitt School of Education hosts a School-wide Read. The purpose is to bring together the entire school community — students, faculty, and staff — for the study and discussion of important topics in education. The engagement supports our school's mission, which is to ignite learning and to work for equity and justice in education.
About the Book
The book is We Want to Do More than Survive by Bettina Love. Her book brings issues of equity and justice into a new, powerful, and profound light by positioning them within an abolitionist teaching lens. Bettina Love is an alumna of the School of Education.
Book Discussion Sessions
All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend at least one Book Discussion. The discussions will be facilitated by different school faculty and will be held in the new Colloquium Room space in Posvar 5001.
** There will also be an online book discussion option held. Details are TBD **
Friday, January 31 at 10:30 a.m.