Leading for Equity
Associate Professor at George Mason University and Founder of EdChange and the Equity Literacy Institute
Equity Literacy for School Leaders: The single most important factor when it comes to equity progress in school is leadership. Do you have the knowledge, skills, and will to be a threat to inequity in your school or district? In this workshop we will explore what it means to lead for equity, to recognize and respond to inequity, and to make schools equitable spaces for each student. We will work first on strengthening our understandings of why educational disparities persist across race, class and other identities. We will then apply these understandings to a discussion of critical equity practices for school leaders.
September 14th, 2018
9:00 am to 2:30 pm
Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
with opening remarks by our new Secretary of Education, Dan French at 9:00 am
$175 includes lunch and one of Paul's books*
Register by emailing Mallori LaPointe at the VPA with the following for each person attending:
5. choice of book:
*Reaching & Teaching Students in Poverty OR *Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education
Cancellation, with 100% refund, is possible if confirmed by 5:00 pm Friday, September 7th, with an email to Mallori.