Panel Explores What Works in Education


x9988xvctGzgMXLgLaR0naLLlOXHSKcHuwa1JSnUorjkvrLnAVtgBNr1o0CzB59zW5JDxDu1wDaNUFh6RDfimyVSlTxr2QDIFO2q_H95abvmLuEeBi8=s0-d-e1-ft-1Join Kristina Rizga, Mother Jones‘ education reporter and the author of Mission High, for an engaging conversation with two award-winning San Francisco teachers, Pirette McKamey and Robert Roth, who have been successfully closing achievement gaps in their classrooms for 28 years. The panel will explore how these remarkable educators developed anti-racist approaches to teaching, built personalized classrooms, and helped other teachers to improve their craft.

The panel is presented by Mother Jones, the San Francisco State Graduate School of Education Dean’s Speaker Series, and the Equity Reporting Project of the Renaissance Journalism.



Thursday, February 25

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

San Francisco State University

Seven Hills Conference Center, 800 Font Boulevard

Attendance is free, but space is limited so please register soon.


Kristina Rizga was a fellow with Renaissance Journalism’s Equity Reporting Project. Read her fellowship story, “Sorry, I’m not taking this test” published in Mother Jones magazine.