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Leaders Changing How They Act by Changing How They Think: Applying Principles of an Anti-Racist Principal Preparation Program
This qualitative study in Teachers College Record investigated the effects of applying anti-racist practices to school leadership praxis.
This syllabus for Montclair State University’s Social Justice Education and Curriculum Design course outlines objectives, assignments, and other…
Our Journey Towards Disrupting the Impact of Colonization of the “Curriculum” with Students and Faculty
March 26 2021 | Participants explored the impact of colonization on education and reflected on how it impacts their practice as teacher and leader…
The High Tech High Graduate School of Education (GSE) supports teachers, educational leaders, and school founders in reimagining schools with a focus on…
Culturally Competent and Racially Conscious Professional Development for School Leaders: A Review of the Literature
This literature review synthesizes current research on educator professional development programs that seek to implement cultural competency and…
This policy analysis examines recent state legislation that prohibits the teaching of specific ideas, concepts, or curricular materials in public schools…
This University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education syllabus is for the course titled Navigating Identity and COVID-Related Stress for Educators…
This Stanford Teacher Education Program syllabus approaches issues of equity in teacher education.
This report provides insight into creating schools that address institutional racism and minimize the negative impacts on students of color.
The Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP) of the Stanford Graduate School of Education (GSE) seeks to prepare and support teacher leaders in creating…