BUILD YOUR KNOWLEDGE


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  • Learn about your community and its strengths and challenges. 

  • Reflect on how your identities shape you as a leader.

  • Gain an understanding of systemic oppression and how it impacts students.

  • Learn a framework for effectively leading for equity.

 

ANALYZE


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  • Your own and other participants’ case studies for evidence of inequities and various approaches to addressing those inequities.

  • Your school’s current climate and practices through a case study approach.

 

APPLY & PRACTICE


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  • Strategies for engaging in direct conversations around issues of equity.

  • Facilitating conversations and professional developments around equity.

 

 
 
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


The Equity.How Institute will allow leaders to focus in and develop a plan for addressing a challenge they have with Equity.How’s support. Participating educators will also become part of an ongoing learning community that will act as thought partners and create accountability. This course assumes a basic level of understanding of issues of equity; for example, you may have taken college courses around race or gender. Schools will be best served by sending a team of leaders, shared leaders, and/or teachers to build capacity within school teams to lead and implement their plan. 

 

HOW TO ATTEND



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