M, 2024

25apr5:00 pm7:00 pmFrom Beliefs to Action: Designing Culturally Responsive Systems - Session 5: Family and Community Engagement

Event Details

Join the Western Education Equity Assistance Center (WEEAC) for a webinar series that examines the root causes of systemic educational inequities and offers actionable, evidence-based practices for disrupting bias and achieving equitable outcomes for all students. From Beliefs to Action: Designing Culturally Responsive Systems equips educators and education leaders with the knowledge and tools needed to cultivate inclusivity, challenge biases, and overcome inequities in educational spaces.

From November 1 through April 25, WestEd experts Rawlin RosarioJackie PengKhamia PowellKrystal WuDavid LopezJohn JacobsNancy Tiên, and Alexandria Harvey will facilitate five dynamic and interactive sessions on topics including

  • developing equity literacy by identifying systemic beliefs, policies, procedures, and practices that contribute to educational inequities for historically marginalized students;
  • establishing culturally responsive practices, policies, and data use to promote inclusive education; and
  • cultivating family and community engagement and partnerships.
Intended audiences:
  • Educators (K–12)
  • School districts
  • Charter management organizations
  • Local and state educational agencies
  • Bureau of Indian Education
  • Tribal education personnel
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion education partners and organizers

 

During the final session of our series, we’ll examine how we can extend equity beyond the classroom by deepening our understanding of culturally responsive family and community engagement. Participants will gain strategies and practices for partnering with families and communities to achieve equity for marginalized students and communities.

Time

april 25(thursday) 5:00pm - april 25(thursday) 7:00pm

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