Dr. Ferguson featured in VPM's Racism: Challenging Perceptions
Assistant dean for student affairs and inclusive excellence discusses strategies schools are developing to serve our students equitably.
The VCU School of Education's Tomika L. Ferguson, Ph.D., is featured in Progress and Promises: Creating Equitable Education Systems on VPM, Virginia's public television station.
Ferguson is assistant dean for student affairs and inclusive excellence, as well as assistant professor and Ed.D. in Leadership program co-coordinator in the school's Department of Educational Leadership.
In this episode from the series Racism: Challenging Perceptions, participants discuss strategies schools are developing to serve our students equitably. Episodes are moderated by Adrienne Cole Johnson, and the latest one, which aired March 24, also features Shadae Harris, Ed.D., chief engagement officer at Richmond Public Schools.
As Virginia’s home for public media, VPM connects nearly 2 million people across Central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley to insightful programming in arts and culture, history, science, news and education. Learn more about this series on the VPM website.
Below: Progress and Promises: Creating Equitable Education Systems, featuring Dr. Ferguson. (from YouTube; Total Running Time: 26:46)