Date: 11/15/2017 - 01/25/2018
Location: Boston - Boston, MA
Facilitators: Gene Thompson-Grove
Coaching for Equity
Dr. Darnisa Amante from the Disruptive Equity Education (DEEP) and Gene Thompson-Grove from the School Reform Initiative (SRI) are partnering to take up these questions:
- What does it mean to be an educational leader who supports students of color?
- How can educators create and support the conditions for educational equity and racial justice in our schools?
- How do issues related to race, gender and implicit bias impact our perceptions of students of color?
The Disruptive Equity Education Project (DEEP) Framework offers a comprehensive, transformational process that brings participants through six key stages of equity work through the use of interactive experiences and personal reflection: the Reckoning, Narratives, Inner Work, Critical Race Theories, Transformative Culture, and Building Capacity. While we know all of us are in different places on the journey toward understanding and fighting for equity, the framework is designed to meet all participants where they are. Through fostering empathy and confronting our immunities to change, we make commitments to sustainable actions that create more equitable schools from the inside out.
Dates: November 15-16, 2017 and January 24-25, 2018
Contact: Gene Thompson-Grove, firstname.lastname@example.org