Humanity, Empathy, and Community: The Inseparable Components of the Ecosystem of Equity

Dr. Keeling will share her approach to facilitating the disruption of predictable educational outcomes. Leaders must support educators in building the skills, knowledge, awareness and mindset to ensure every student has access to high-quality instruction. Students deserve access to relevant, racially, culturally and linguistically inclusive and historically accurate curricula in an environment where every student, staff and family feels safe, heard, affirmed and supported. Establishing these centers of inclusion requires critical examination of policies, practices, and resource allocation. Furthermore, we must intentionally listen to and partner with those closest to the inequities to examine and understand the historical context of racial and other inequities in education. Together, we have the power to create a shared culture where equity is realized. This session is led by Dena Keeling, Ed.D., member, IDRA Board of Directors.

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