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KEYNOTE: Teaching for Equity and Justice: A Conversation with Linda Darling-Hammond

Linda Darling-Hammond
Date
March 26, 2020
Location
Online
Cost
Free
Credit
One-hour PD Credit
Attributes Available in Spanish
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Join the American Federation of Teachers and Facing History and Ourselves for a conversation about equity in schools with national education leader Linda Darling-Hammond. At a time when many courageous educators and administrators across the country are acknowledging that schools - in both their practices and outcomes - are not always equitable across lines of race and class, how can we work to address these disparities?

Now Available On Demand. Original Air Date: March 26, 2020.
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Dr. Darling-Hammond and Facing History Program Director Steven Becton will explore the historical roots of current inequities, the role of professional and personal learning opportunities for educators, and the importance of integrating social emotional learning and civic education to empower all students. Participants in the webinar will receive free resources from Facing History to support culturally mediated and equitable practices that can help all students to find their voice, become critical thinkers, and be more engaged in their education.

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Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

On Demand version is available in closed captioning in English and Spanish.

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Reviews

9 Reviews
Jill Magers
December 18, 2020
Thank you, both, for your insight and ideas!
Nettie Vaughan
March 30, 2020
Thank you Dr. Hammond for inspiring me! It was a fantastic webinar! I agree with rchandlerstewart...this subject is paramount during this time in our history! We have to talk about the injustices in our past so we can have a strong future. Please look up the work of Bryan Stevenson to learn more about why conversations are necessary! Thank you for the great discussion!
brievae_3513584
March 27, 2020
The presentation was so relevant to what educators need to do to make school a more inviting place for all students, especially the ones who need it the most for socioeconomic growth and mobility.
Melinda Jackson 1
March 26, 2020
I was in total agreement with Dr. Darling-Hammond. This discussion is paramount during this period in our history.