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The process of innovating must ensure a strong, diverse representation, community-driven decisions, and equitable learning that includes an exploration of identity and bias. The new school designs must feature culturally-responsive curriculum, just policies, and broad community engagement.
If equity is relegated to a strand or track at every conference without also being integrally, centrally located in each track, then we are not providing the impetus to prioritize it.
I propose something radical, in the wake of March for Our Lives and the robust political debate about how to make our schools and communities safer. I propose that we – we educators in particular - arm our students, not with guns, but with an incisive ability to reason.
Let's take a look back at our most popular blog posts of 2017.
CCE's blog team gathers to think about why they do the work that they do each day.
In the second part of her series, Diana Lebeaux shows how educators can bring both personalized PD and collaborative teams into practice.
When combined, personalized professional development and professional learning communities can transform the ways teacher learn and develop in their careers.