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Leadership for Racial Equity in Schools and Beyond

This event occurred on September 22, 2021 3:07 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reveal systemic racial disparities in educational opportunity, there are revelations to which we can and must respond. Through conscientious efforts, using an intentional focus on race, school leaders can address these inequities and create the conditions for every student to achieve at high levels.

Join Dr. Melissa Krull, co-founder and facilitator of the Institute for Courageous Principal Leadership, and Glenn E. Singleton, Founder and CEO of Courageous Conversation® as they reflect on and discuss their individual and collective efforts to guide and support leadership for racial equity. Drawing upon decades of experience leading and partnering with schools, business, families and communities, they will share perspectives on the current contexts in each sector and what continues to be the unique and essential roles of leaders in pursuit of equity and excellence.

Speakers
Dr. Melissa Krull
Co-Founder and Facilitator of the Institute for Courageous Principal Leadership, and Co-Author of "Principal Leadership: A Field Guide for Developing Race Consciousness" (2021)
Glenn E. Singleton
Courageous Conversation® Founder and CEO and Author of "Courageous Conversations About Race; A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools and Beyond, Third Edition" (2021)
Moderator
Dan Alpert
Corwin Program Director and Publisher
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