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The CPED Framework: A Pathway for Indigenous Scholarly Practitioners
Friday, November 13, 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
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Challenge Friday
The CPED Framework: A pathway for Indigenous Scholarly Practitioners

The Challenge:

Indigenous peoples have long resisted assimilation into Western knowledge and research paradigms within institutions. This discussion focuses on the ways the CPED framework provides a pathway for Indigenous scholars to address complex problems of practice nested within epistemologies that respect Indigenous self-determination and data-sovereignty. Our goal is to generate discussion about integrating place-based, reciprocal approaches to enrich scholarly inquiry. 


Challenge Friday Moderator:

Hollie Mackey, North Dakota State University

Hollie J. Mackey is an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne nation presently located in Southeastern Montana and Associate Professor of Education at North Dakota State University. Her scholarship empirically examines the effects of structural inequity in Indigenous and other marginalized populations in educational leadership and public policy using multiple critical frameworks and methodologies. As an experienced policy consultant, public speaker, program evaluator, and community educator, she seeks to bridge theory and practice as a means of addressing complex social issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. She is the recipient of the D. J. Willower Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethics Award for Excellence and the Jack A. Culbertson Award for outstanding accomplishments as a junior professor of educational leadership.