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How Culturally Responsive Leadership Leads to Student Success

Tue., March 07, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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In today’s diverse and multicultural society, culturally responsive leadership is essential to ensure that all students feel valued and supported in their educational journey.

In this webinar, principals discuss the importance of culturally responsive leadership in their schools, each with diverse student bodies that include large numbers of English learners and students of color.

Explore how they cultivate a culturally responsive learning environment and how they are fostering culturally responsive teaching practices that improve equity and accelerate learning.

Speakers
Dr. Eliza KimLy
Co-Head of Schools, Bright Star Schools, Los Angeles
Dr. Eliza KimLy is the co-Head of Schools for Bright Star Schools in Los Angeles, and the former founding principal of Rise Kohyang Middle School in the Los Angeles community of Koreatown. As co-Head of Schools, she leads the development and execution of a rigorous instructional program that serves all students and supports principals to achieve their schools’ goals.

Dr. KimLy joined Bright Star Schools as a science teacher in 2004. After teaching both science and English Language Arts for three years, she served Bright Star Schools as assistant principal, principal, and director of instruction.
Moderator
Denisa R. Superville
Assistant Editor, Education Week

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