Finding common ground to reach all students

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Reframing the equity conversation

In today’s polarized environment, it is often a struggle to separate the rhetoric from the critical work of supporting all students. Yet we know that doing so is the only path forward to ensure success for all, not just some, learners. In this webinar, we will hear from leaders and practitioners who are implementing successful strategies that resonate with parents, policymakers, and community members.

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Fenesha Hubbard is a professional development leader with 20+ years of experience helping K-12 educators be more effective in their subject matter and instructional delivery. She is passionate about helping educators reframe the equity conversation and put equity into action. Fenesha leads the design and development of NWEA’s equity-focused professional learning and is the author of The Equity Expression: Six Entry Points for Nonnegotiable Academic Success. Her work connects research-driven ideas with best teaching practices, keeping the learner at the center and humanity as the anchor.

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Superintendent A. Russell Hughes has 32 years of experience in education, including roles as a classroom teacher, dean of students, head football coach, assistant principal, and principal. He's been the elected Walton County Superintendent of Schools since November 2016. As superintendent, Hughes has led Walton County School District to academic excellence and introduced innovative programs. The State Board of Education has designated Walton County School District as an academically high-performing school district. Hughes is recognized for his commitment to communication and achievement, and he's also an author.

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Monica Minor Gant, the associate secretary of academic support for the Delaware Department of Education, leads critical academic initiatives, ensuring rigorous coursework and ESSA implementation. With a strong commitment to equity and student success, she oversees various workgroups, including curriculum, instruction, and professional development, and exceptional children’s resources. Gant previously held district-level positions in Georgia's Clarke County School District and served as a principal and teacher in Ohio's Columbus City School District. She holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from The Ohio State University.

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