District and school teams often don’t know where to start when it comes to educational equity work or fostering anti-racist teaching practices. Yet, without deliberately carving out time for reflection, critically analyzing existing curriculum through an equity lens, and prioritizing professional learning on this topic, it will be challenging for schools to build a more equitable future for their students.
Join us for an interactive discussion featuring renowned speakers and consultants on anti-racist pratices in education—Dr. Dallas Dance, Kamilah Drummond-Forrester, and Dr. Tony Majors (learn more about our speakers). Together, we will discuss the importance of adult social-emotional learning in advancing educational equity and dismantling systems of oppression in our own lives and our school communities. This event will include a breakout session for participants to connect and discuss common challenges in working with schools to tackle equity work.
The Zoom link for this event will be included in your registration confirmation and event reminder emails.