Living equity in your work

Thursday, November 3, 3 - 4 PM Eastern
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Defining equity, teaching and leading with equity, making equity central to education – all of these are needs that educators at every level of education systems are working to do. Equity is at the center of Learning Forward’s Standards for Professional Learning and in our organization’s work to ensure access to high-quality professional learning. How can education systems highlight equity in both conversation and policy and then, importantly, put those principles into action? What does it mean to be a principal, instructional coach, or district leader who is centering equity in actionable ways? What tools and examples exist that can help leaders at the school, district/province and state levels have conversations about equity and then act on those conversations to lead change that promotes equitable

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