Webinar: Research-Practice Partnerships to Advance Antiracism Together


Apr. 1, 2024, 12pm to 1pm

Office/Remote Location

Portrait of the speaker for this webinar, Ung-Sang Albert Lee, Ph.D.


Many of us are committed to advancing racial justice across educational research and practice. Yet, research and practice has not always had the combined impact towards antiracist change in education. How do we make educational research work better for practitioners? How can practitioners make decisions that are informed by rigorous research? Join Ung-Sang Albert Lee, Ph.D., in partnership with the National Institute for the Advancement of Education, for insights on how researchers and practitioners can engage in deep, collaborative learning for racial justice. 

Admission is free and CEUs are available for those attending the live event. A recording of the event will be available online.


Ung-Sang Albert Lee, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, Leadership, and Higher Education

Ung-Sang Albert Lee’s research examines how school stakeholders learn to collaboratively center justice and equity in their practices through multi-stakeholder design and improvement partnerships. He connects three related areas of study, examining how organizational learning for racial justice occurs through distributed leadership in K-12 schools, methodological advances in research-practice partnerships (RPPs) facilitate systematic, participatory knowledge-building for racial justice in schools, and how technology-mediated educational practices can be designed and implemented to center the context-specific assets, knowledge, and needs, of school stakeholders.

Currently, he serves as an investigator for studies funded by the W.T. Grant Foundation, and the National Science Foundation.



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Contact Information

UNLV College of Education
Jenn Oshiro Rivers