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  • Phase 1: District-wide Equity Leadership Development (DELT)

    Posted by Office of Equity at 6/15/2016

    The District Executive Equity Leadership Team is the guiding coalition charged with leading and managing the dynamic process of system-wide transformational change.  DELT seminars focus on building the infrastructure to design, implement, accelerate, and sustain a strategic plan for system-wide racial equity transformation. Read more.

    Target Participants: Superintendent and Members of the District Executive Leadership Team 

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  • Phase 2: School and Site Equity Leadership Development (E-Teams)

    Posted by Office of Equity at 6/15/2016

    E-Teams are the guiding coalition for equity at the school level.  E-Team seminars prepare school staff to lead, oversee, and manage the dynamic processes of school-based transformational change. Read more.

    Target Participants: Principals, Teacher Leaders, and Student Support Staff

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  • Phase 3: Collaborative Action Research for Equity (CARE) Team Development

    Posted by Office of Equity at 6/15/2016

    CARE Teams conduct classroom action research to discover, develop, document, deliver, and disseminate culturally relevant learning and teaching practices.  CARE seminars focus on building racial/cultural proficiency, using action research to document culturally relevant pedagogy, and developing and sharing culturally relevant pedagogy. Read more.

    Target Participants: Principals and Classroom Teachers

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  • Phase 4: Partnerships for Academically Successful Students (PASS) Team Development

    Posted by Office of Equity at 6/15/2016

    Through shared learning and collaborative development, the PASS Team engages and empowers families- and communities-of-color in creating equitable schools where all children – especially underserved black and brown children – will reach their fullest potential. PASS seminars focus on building authentic relationships; facilitating equitable environments; empowering, honoring, and acting on the “voice” of parents; supporting efforts of all of the adults involved in the lives of students; and building knowledge…of self, systems, social capital, and community concerns. Read more.

    Target Participants: Principals, Parent-of-Color Leaders, and School Staff

     

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  • Phase 5: Student Leadership Development SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism)

    Posted by Office of Equity at 6/15/2016

    Student leadership for racial equity is an essential component of PEG's systemic equity transformation framework. Read more.

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