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Webinars

Illuminating the Instructional Experience

When: June 29, 4 PM ET / 1 PM PT

Free

Amid calls to reimagine education, how can we better understand what is happening in teaching and learning to create responsive interventions?

To solve this challenge, we created an advisory board of research and practice experts and collaborated for a year and half around common evaluation challenges. 

At this webinar, you will hear from some of these advisors directly as we share our story of collaboration, the lessons learned along the way, and the focus questions we pose to partners like you in this work for educational equity.

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Past Webinars

Students Speak

To mark the launch of Teaching for Equity, we placed the mic where it belongs, with students. A panel of four students from Chicago, Detroit, and Houston shared powerful and inspiring reflections on their experiences, as well as how teachers can better support all students. You can watch a recording of Students Speak, the first in the three-part series of virtual conversations around Teaching for Equity.

How We Can Teach for Equity

How We Can Teach for Equity is a roundtable conversation with educators and leaders who contributed to Teaching for Equity to discuss how academics, well-being, and anti-racism intersect to create equitable experiences for students. You can watch a recording of How We Can Teach for Equity now.

TOGETHER for Equity

Leaders from across the country discuss their journey for equity, how their system is thinking about balancing components of strong instruction, and ways we can all work toward greater opportunity for students. The webinar features Dr. LaKimbre Brown of Leading Educators, Jacqueline Haynes of Acceleration Schools in Charleston County Public Schools, Janise Lane of Baltimore City Public Schools, Yesenia Sánchez of North Chicago School District 187, and Dr. Tom Shepley of FirstLine Schools in New Orleans.

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