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On September 12th, we have our first virtual symposium of the year, "Do the Work: Equity Symposium for Educators" as we carefully examine race, equity, and privilege in K-12 schools. This work comes after a widely successful series of Facebook Live Discussions where thousands of educators talked about various issues related to equity in schools with a group of 4-6 educators from across the world.
To register, click here.
Our symposium will start with a panel centered around the topic, The Intersections of Race, Gender, Privilege, and Class: How Do We Set Up Systems for Equity in Education” featuring five educators from around the country.
Following the panel discussions, there will be three 90 minute blocks for workshops centered on helping teachers as they start the equity work in their classrooms.