School & District Management Video

Two Educators Reflect on Leading for Racial Justice

April 13, 2021 4:47

For Reba Y. Hodge, a Black woman and an assistant principal in Syracuse, N.Y., the nation’s racial reckoning has had deep personal and professional repercussions. For Jennifer Cheatham, a white woman who prepares school leaders at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a former district superintendent, the reckoning has underscored the need for educators to act boldly against racism. Here the two education leaders discuss how schools can work toward dismantling racism.

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