Superintendent Program for Equity and Social Justice through Education – Podcast Episode 190 | Classnotes Podcast 190
Classnotes Podcast (February 12, 2019). Most schools express within their vision that “all children will learn.” Yet, the pathway to make this vision come to fruition is filled with more obstacles for some children than for others. Inequities within schools are systemic but can be directly addressed by school leadership and classroom teachers. This podcast episode features two guests, Kenita Williams, M.A., with the Southern Education Foundation, and Cloyd Garth, Jr., Ed.S., superintendent of Hazelhurst City School District in Mississippi. The describe the SEF fellowship program, Racial Equity Leadership Network (RELN), and how it builds capacity among principals and their leadership teams in addressing issues of inequity and social injustice.
Kenita and Garth are interviewed by José A. Velázquez, M.Ed., IDRA education associate. The IDRA EAC-South provides technical assistance and training to build capacity of local educators to serve their diverse student populations.
Show length: 16:00 min.
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Essential Approaches for Excellence & Sustainable School System Transformation – The Equity-Centered Capacity Building Network (ECCBN) journal addressing systems capacity building approaches that drive both equity and excellence
Courage to Connect: A Quality Schools Action Framework™ – IDRA’s book shows how communities and schools can work together to strengthen their capacity to be successful with all of their students.
Leaders Turn Around Schools – Transformational Equity Focus Makes College Readiness a Priority, by Nilka Avilés, Ed.D., IDRA Newsletter
Fostering Excellence through Social Justice Principles in Schools Serving English Learners, by Nilka Avilés, Ed.D., IDRA Newsletter
A Guide for School Board Members to Assess District Effectiveness, by Abelardo Villarreal,Ph.D., and Rosana G. Rodríguez, Ph.D., IDRA Newsletter, June-July 2010
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