Spring Learning Series

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IMAGINING MORE RELEVANT, EQUITABLE, AND EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS IN A POST-COVID WORLD

The spring learning series introduces Highlander Institute’s Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Pedagogy (CRSP) Framework - an approach for instructional equity grounded in anti-racist, personalized practices that is at the center of our school redesign efforts. Session participants will explore strategies to support the development of equitable, relevant, and effective schools with teachers, leaders, and community stakeholders

Interested in learning more?

Read the full blog post from Cathy Sanford, our Director of Research & Development, on the evolution of our approach and the rationale behind this event.

Interested in registering for this free series?

Click the links below to register via Eventbrite. Attendees are encouraged to attend one, two, or all three sessions based on their roles and interests.

for_teachers@4x

Join us for an overview of our Culturally Responsive & Sustaining Pedagogy framework for instructional equity. Consider practices and strategies across the four framework domains of Awareness, Community Building, Cognitive Development, and Critical Consciousness.

April 1 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm ET

for_leaders@4x

Through the equity lens offered by our CRSP instructional framework, explore key leadership moves and a change management process to support targeted improvements infused with the flexibility and resiliency required to reach sustainable scale.

April 8 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm ET

for_all_audiences@4x

Elevate and explore the small and large changes underway in schools this year that are accelerating equity and access for families. Discuss the data, stories, experiences, and lessons learned that will help educators and leaders plan intentionally and strategically for September 2021.

April 15 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm ET

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