What are the skills and dispositions necessary for education leaders to create racial equity in their schools and districts? In this episode of a Seat at the Table, we will focus on how to build trust and relationships and what it means to lead with humanity and vulnerability. Jennifer Cheatham, lecturer and director of the Public Education Leadership Project at Harvard, and John B. Diamond, researcher and sociologist at University of Wisconsin – Madison, join Education Week opinion contributor and author Peter DeWitt to discuss the connection between leadership and equity in schools and districts.
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