Investing in adult learners: Recruiting, supporting, and retaining educators of color in a virtual world

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Increasing the recruitment, support, and retention of educators of color is critical for advancing equity-focused schools, districts, and systems so that all students experience success. This webinar will focus on the resources, strategies, and tangible ideas at the classroom, school, and organizational levels for combating barriers that impact educators of color and the systems in which they serve. Participants will: Understand the value and importance of having more educators of color and their impact on student success; Learn about recruitment, support, and retention strategies to better support educators of color in a variety of settings (virtual, hybrid, and face-to-face) this school year; and Share questions and advice among a community of learners.

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Jevelyn Bonner-Reed ( is chief human resources officer for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina and the former principal pipeline director for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.

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