Equity in Schools: Working Towards Restorative Justice

In this session, Tracy Washington Enger (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) and Dr. Erika Eitland (Perkins& Will) will discuss the disproportionate impact of poor school building quality on low income and communities of color
Dr. Erika Eitland
Tracy Washington Enger
·Published on:May 3, 2022
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  • 1 CE
  • 1 HSW|LU

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By tailoring healthy design and operation strategies, we can work towards restorative justice on a community scale. Case studies will be shared from New Orleans, Los Angeles and Boston. 

Learning Objectives: 

  • Identify the community health burden before a child enters their school building.
  • Understand strategies for a justice-oriented approach to school environmental quality.
  • Consider biases affecting building design, maintenance, and operations.
  • Inspire to move people to action at the building and community-level.
Dr. Erika Eitland


    Tracy Washington Enger

    U.S Environmental Protection Agency

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          No you do not need to be an AIA member. I have just updated the registration form so that information is not required.

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