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Educational Equity Webinar Series

Saturday, Feb. 13Black Lives Matter at School – 1:25-2:45pm This webinar is part of the New College of Florida Black Thought Symposium. Black Lives Matter at School is a national coalition organizing for racial justice in education. We encourage all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join our annual week of action during the first week of February each year. 

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Thursday, March 11 Building a Student Support Network - 7-8:30pm

School safety and supporting students in staying connected with school and learning opportunities are integrally related. Restorative justice practices appear to be most promising for reducing school-wide reliance on suspension and expulsion, and for reducing racial/ethnic disparities in school discipline. By choosing a different course, all young people, including those most marginalized, can be safe and engaged in their schools and communities.

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April 8 - Closing the Opportunity Gap - 7- 8:30pm

Racialized opportunity gaps impact that access, performance and achievement of students of color. In this workshop, we will learn more about the size and impact of the opportunity gaps impacting black children. We will also discuss initiatives and ideas that work to ensure equitable access to learning opportunities.

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May 13 – Designing an Anti-Racism Curriculum - 7-9pm

In this webinar, we will explore the possibilities of and obstacles to developing an anti-racist and culturally inclusive curriculum. We will learn about two programs that combine arts with education and a third program that brings bilingual education into Sarasota and Manatee counties. We aim to develop a better understanding of how to work toward a more equitable and inclusive education for children in our community. 


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