THE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY EQUATION CONVERSATION SERIES, SESSION IV:

Finding Wakanda: Tools for Education Leaders to Discover and Nurture Brilliance in Students of Color, Featuring Dr. Joy Lawson Davis

There are brilliant children in every classroom, in every race, in every income bracket, who speak every language. But although brilliance is distributed equally, opportunity is not. Reflecting on the life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman begs the question “Is our education system’s indifference to leaving genius on the table an obstacle to achieving our own Wakanda?” Join Colin Seale, Author of Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students and Founder and CEO of thinkLaw with special guest, Dr. Joy Lawson Davis, author of Bright, Talented, & Black and renowned-expert in helping schools identify and support brilliant scholars of color for this timely Educational Equity Equation conversation. Sign up today and receive transformative tools education leaders can immediately apply to discover and nurture brilliance in all of its forms.

 Join us on Thursday, September 10 at 5 pm PST/8 pm est

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THE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY EQUATION CONVERSATION SERIES, SESSION III:

Equitable Practices for School Leaders to Create a Scholarly School Culture in COVID-19 Times, Featuring Principal Kafele

School systems cannot simply develop a strategy for educational equity. Equity must be THE strategy for everything else, including school culture development. But at a time of reckoning around issues of racial justice and in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, what practical, but powerful equitable practices can school leaders leverage to create positive, scholarly school cultures? Students deserve school cultures where they not only feel welcome, safe, and valued in their pandemic-style learning environments, but also experience the purposeful development of their scholarly identities. Join Colin Seale, Author of Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students and Founder and CEO of thinkLaw with special guest, Principal Kafele, the renowned speaker, School Leader, and Aspiring School Leader Guru, and author of 6 ASCD bestsellers: The ASPIRING Principal 50, Is My School a Better School BECAUSE I Lead It?, The Principal 50, The Teacher 50, Closing the Attitude Gap, and Motivating Black Males to Achieve in School & in Life for this timely Educational Equity Equation conversation for transformative tools you can immediately apply.

 Join us on Thursday, August 27 at 5 pm PST/8 pm est

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THE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY EQUATION CONVERSATION SERIES, SESSION II:

PRIORITIZING EQUITY AS AN ACADEMIC SUCCESS STRATEGY FOR SCHOOL LEADERS, FEATURING DR. ROSA PEREZ-ISIAH

Educational Equity Equation Series, Session II

Join Dr. Rosa Diaz and Colin Seale

In our moment of reckoning around issues of racial justice, school leaders are grappling with how to address long-standing equity issues in education within the midst of figuring out reopening challenges during COVID-19 pandemic and addressing the social-emotional and academic challenges students are facing. But what if choosing between equity, COVID-19 reopening logistics, and meeting students’ needs is actually a false choice?  Join the phenomenal Dr. Rosa Perez Isiah, Director, Elementary Education, Equity, & Access for the Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District and Founder of the #WeLeadEd Twitter chat and Colin Seale, Founder, and CEO of thinkLaw, and author of Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students for this powerful, but practical discussion detailing the learning case for integrating racial justice into school leadership. 

 

JOIN US ON THURSDAY JULY 30 AT 5 PM PST/8 PM EST

 

THE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY EQUATION CONVERSATION SERIES, SESSION I:

WHY MATH AND RACIAL JUSTICE ACTUALLY ADD UP, FEATURING JOSÉ LUIS VILSON, NBCT AND COLIN SEALE

José Vilson

Join José Vilson and Colin Seale

Civil Rights legend and revolutionary math educator Robert Moses has long championed math literacy as a key lever for social change. But as pandemics of racial justice and COVID-19 have converged, math educators who want to make equity actionable often struggle to figure out how to meaningfully integrate real-life themes that lead students to a broader notion of academic success. Join José Luis Vilson, NYC math teacher, Founder and Executive Director of Educolor, and Author of This is Not a Test: A New Narrative for Race, Class, and Education and Colin Seale, a former math educator, Founder and CEO of thinkLaw, and author of Thinking Like a Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students for this powerful, but practical discussion detailing the learning case for integrating racial justice into math content.

 

JOIN US ON THURSDAY JULY 16 AT 5 PM PST/8 PM EST