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About Keith Catone, Ed.D.

Keith Catone is executive director of the Center for Youth and Community Leadership in Education (CYCLE) at Roger Williams University. Previously, he served as Associate Director for Community Organizing and Engagement at the Annenberg Institute for School Reform and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education at Brown University. He was the project director for the Youth 4 Change Alliance in Providence, RI and co-founded the New York Collective of Radical Educators, a citywide grassroots teacher activist group, while teaching high school social studies in the Bronx. Keith serves on the board of directors for the Education for Liberation Network and has authored numerous research and opinion pieces. His first book, The Pedagogy of Teacher Activism: Portraits of Four Teachers for Justice, explores connections between pedagogical purpose, power, and possibility in the context of working with teachers, youth, families, and communities to change the world. Keith holds an EdD from Harvard University.

Show Highlights

  • A little bit about Keith
  • The importance of teacher activism
  • Portraits of teacher activism
  • Strategies to become social change agents
  • The Pedagogy of Teacher Activism: Portraits of Four Teachers for Justice

Connect with Keith

Twitter: @CatoneKeith

Additional Resources

The Pedagogy of Teacher Activism: Portraits of Four Teachers for Justice

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