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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.
Neema Avashia, a teacher at McCormack Middle School in Dorchester, shares the power of student communities in the face of school closures and other crises.
CCE staff members share some songs that inspire their work for education justice and equity.
The challenges facing public educations are complex. The plausible action to be taken is the development of instructional leaders committed to equity and access to ensure social justice.
QPA's Carisa Corrow offers up a fun way to get educators thinking differently.
Dan French shares remarks on the Pilot schools movement at the 2018 Teacher Powered Learning Conference.
Kimberly Sheppard, a personalized learning coach for Henry County Schools, shares her experiences after completing a full stack of micro-credentials-"Leading a Performance Assessment Community"- with the help of CCE.