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During the 23-24 school year, 84 participants from 35 DCSC member schools gathered in our Communities of Practice (CoP) to develop resources for the field of diverse-by-design education practitioners.  

Connect as leaders. Grow expertise. Bring justice to education.

Through DCSC’s newly formed Advocacy CoP, schools learned about the basic tenets of advocacy, developed an advocacy mindset, and crafted an advocacy strategy for an upcoming opportunity that impacts their school, e.g., renewal. Leaders engaged with case studies from inside and outside the coalition, national experts with a history of successful advocacy efforts, and ongoing coaching during their implementation phase.  Schools designed and implemented an advocacy strategy during this CoP. Schools are now commited to a their advocacy strategy such as a renewal or a state vote on education funding.

Special Thank You

Thank you to members who contributed their time, expertise, and ideas to this CoP in 2023-2024:

  • Baltimore Montessori Public
  • Design Tech High School
  • DSST Public Schools
  • Great Lakes Academy
  • Kairos Academies
  • Kindle Education Public Charter School
  • Lafayette Preparatory Academy
  • Larchmont Charter School
  • Liberty STEAM Charter School
  • Museum School of Avondale Estates
  • Summit Public Schools
  • Urban Montessori Charter School
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