As our PreK-12 schools endure the educational effects of remote and hybrid learning for 18 months, concerns are being raised by our educational leaders on the current racial equity concerns districts need to consider and the long-term strategic thinking that needs to be employed to sustain a racial equity focus. Temple University's faculty in Educational Leadership and Policy are convening a three-part series to provide examples of developing racial equity goals and metrics.
Join the College of Education and Human Development for Building Racial Equity Goals & Activities, the second session of the Equity Series for Educational Leaders, on Tuesday, April 20, from 3:00-5:00 p.m.
Dr. David Osher, Vice President, and Institute Fellow, American Institutes for Research (AIR)
Dr. Odis Johnson, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University
Dr. James Kemple, Executive Director, Research Alliance for New York City Public Schools at New York University