Get the context, empowerment and concrete actions you need to dismantle racist policies and practices in your school that for decades, across the country, have kept students of color from experiencing the same success as their white counterparts in schools.
Racism isn’t always intentional. Racial justice, on the other hand, must be.
This revolutionary experience will enable education leaders seeking racial justice to put their intentions into action – and grant the promise of an equitable and culturally rich education to all students.
We are excited to feature IDRA board member and award-winning former superintendent, Dr. Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. He is the founder and chief executive officer of Revolutionary ED, LLC, and is a nationally recognized educational leader, antiracism activist, and published author who unapologetically advocates for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and racial equity in education. Dr. Hutchings was also recently appointed as the first Executive In Residence at American University’s School of Education and plays a key role in elevating the school’s Antiracist Administration, Supervision, and Leadership (ARASL) certificate program.
In this session, our discussion is aligned with the book co-authored by Dr. Hutchings, Getting Into Good Trouble at School: A Guide to Building an Antiracist School System, to reimagine educational equity and actively dismantle institutional racism as well as implement strategic and methodical policies that benefit the entire school.