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#LiteracyMatters in Aldine ISD: Chapter 2 has ended
Welcome to Aldine Independent School District’s #LiteracyMatters: Chapter 2 Conference!


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Logistics:
  • Session recordings will available until July 2022. 
  • Certificates of attendance will be generated and sent emailed as of February 16, 2022. 
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Dr. Emily Phillips Galloway

Vanderbilt University
Assistant Professor

Emily Phillips Galloway is an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody School of Education. Rooted in her experiences as a former middle school reading specialist, Phillips Galloway’s research explores the relationships between school-relevant language development and language expression and comprehension during middle childhood with a particular focus on linguistically- and culturally-minoritized learners. With the goal of advancing anti-racist pedagogy, her work aims to positions school-relevant language as a semiotic resource for critically examining inequality, envisioning change, fostering learner agency, and nurturing minoritized learners’ socioemotional, professional, and political aspirations. With a commitment to advancing research-practice partnerships, she has also worked with teachers, school leaders, and administrators. 

More information on Professor Phillips Galloway can be found at her website.
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