“Compassionate Dialogue and Courageous Conversations: Pathways to Equity and Belonging”
The 48th Huether Lasallian Conference will take place November 18-20, 2021, at the
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel.
- Registration Letter
- Draft Schedule
- Conference Information for Participants
- Payment and Registration Information
Explore the theme
Since early 2020, the world has grappled with many challenges presented by the pandemic and the sin of racism as realized by acts of racial injustice and violence against many communities of color. As Lasallians, we are continually examining and rebuilding ministries—and by extension our communities—so they are places of welcome, inclusion, equity and belonging for all of our brothers and sisters.
Our Lasallian mission calls us to foster an inclusive community where human dignity is foundational to who we are and what we do. As we navigate these challenging times, how can we ensure our ministries are promoting an anti-racist philosophy while educating for justice and solidarity? How can racial justice, gender, socioeconomic inequalities and all learning styles be addressed in our educational communities? How can we accompany our young people to be agents of change in society? Huether 2021 invites participants to enter into compassionate dialogue and have courageous conversations centered on the recently published Declaration on the Lasallian Educational Mission. Lasallians will work to fulfill the vision of the Declaration in our Region, so that everyone who walks through the doors of our ministries feels welcome, is treated equitably, and knows they belong.
Ken Shelton (He/Him/His), an educator for over 20 years, holds a master’s in education with a specialization in educational technology and new media design and production. As part of his involvement within the educational technology community, Ken is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and a Google Certified Innovator. Ken has worked at the policy level with a number of state departments of education, ministries of education and nonprofits, and he was appointed to the Education Technology Task Force, a group that advised on how to improve and expand the use of education technology in California schools. In 2018, Ken was awarded the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Digital Equity Professional Learning Network (PLN) Excellence Award. Additionally, EdTech Magazine named Ken an influencer to follow. Learn more about Ken Shelton >
The Office for Lasallian Education at Christian Brothers Conference continues to closely monitor guidance and advisories from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health authorities regarding the coronavirus pandemic. We look forward to safely welcoming participants to Baltimore for Huether 2021. Updates for Huether 2021 will be posted on this page.