Equity Advocates Leadership Cohort
Lead and support your school district in creating more equitable and inclusive environments, practices and outcomes for students and adults.
Oct. 13 - Virtual (though participants can register through Jan. 3, 2022)
Jan. 27 - Virtual
April 7 - Sourcewell
June 9 - Sourcewell
Time: 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. daily
Location: Both virtual and in-person
$800 per educator for series;
Lunch is provided;
Coaching support included
CEUs: Teacher CEU
License requirement: Partial Cultural Competence
Materials to bring: Laptop (optional)
- Engage in content and skills that promote equitable practices
- Receive one-on-one equity coaching to support personalized school-based equity projects with Sourcewell Consultant Rachel Logan
- Gain access to a support community and network
Offered in partnership with the Due East Educational Equity Collaborative (nongovernment site), the Equity Advocates Leadership Cohort focuses on helping educators address biases and inequities at their roots to create long-lasting, positive change in their schools. Cohort participants will learn and have support in adapting and advocating for policies and practices that foster schoolwide equitable learning environments, enhanced engagement, and increased achievement of all students.
About the leader(s):
Marceline DuBose has 20 years of experience in public education as a high school social studies educator, state- and federal-level policy administrator, professional development leader, strategic planning consultant, and curriculum writer. Her primary focus is equity leadership development and strategic planning, working with districts to improve systems for creating equitable schools and classrooms.
Registration deadline: Jan. 3, 2022
Check-in: 30 minutes prior to workshop start
Both new and prior participants are welcome. This is an ongoing cohort of individuals, some have been together for four years, some are new.