'Instruments of Inspiration'
Why it is important to bring racial equity to our schools
Getting Started: A Guide for September-October 2020 from Dr. Michael Lowe, SCS Equity Office
data with a racial lens and implement supports and areas of growth.
Learn How to Apply a Racial Equity Frame
student voice and develop anti-racist professional learning plans.
Student Activities and Blended learning Curriculum
the work to support our minoritized staff and students.
Become more sensitive to family stressors
Identify children who are truly at risk and plan early intervention
Understand the cultural views around mental health
upporting Marginalized Students
How to Be an Anti Racist
We Want to Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching
An American and Latinx History of the United States
Between the World and Me
Stamped From The Beginning
I'm Still Here
Have Black Lives Ever Mattered
The New Jim Crow
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