Facilitated by national educational equity expert Dr. Ebony Green, the Leading for Equity Institute is a two-day seminar designed to support school leaders and their leadership teams as they seek to ensure equitable outcomes for all their students. Leaders will explore the expanded definition of cultural relevancy and educational equity and evaluate how school environments do or do not promote equity of voice, both for staff and students.
On Day 2 of the Leading for Equity Institute, school teams will conduct a root cause analysis using provided frameworks for addressing identified barriers and gaps across different student demographics and reflect on current school systems, practices and/or mindsets that are creating equitable or inequitable outcomes in their schools. Participants will also revisit the needs of an inclusive school community and reflect on their missions, visions, and policies regarding equity and culturally responsive teaching. Teams will explore questions around how to ensure cultural proficiency in schools, how to communicate shifts to all stakeholders, and how to create an inclusive environment that embraces the multiple identifies of students and staff.
Presenter: Dr. Ebony Green
*This event is part of the Leading for Equity (LEI) strand. Members of The Collaborative for Inclusive Education receive a set number of seats per series:
Premier – 4 seats/series
Enhanced – 3 seats/series
Core – 3 seats/series
Select – 2 seats/series
**Teams that register for Part 1 on 10/08 will be automatically signed up to attend Part 2.