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a Washington Inclusionary Practices Professional Development Partner
Leading through Equity-based MTSS for All Students
The SWIFT Education Center and the Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction have partnered together to bring principals and leadership teams virtual and in-person learning series. Equity and inclusion are principles that mattered before COVID-19 and continue to matter as schools reopen. Together, we aim to create equity-based MTSS that makes a lasting impact on each of our students and bring about a culture of schooling that demonstrates high levels of academic, behavioral, and social outcomes.

This learning series is fully sponsored and no cost to participants! In fact, each school program will receive $5,000 to help with costs associated with travel, substitutes and other expenses. The next learning series starts September 28, 2020.

With limited spots open, click below to learn more and apply!
What are the objectives?

This learning series will develop school leaders’ equity mindset and understanding of the complete range of student variability, as well as lay out a pathway for their school to become an equitable and inclusive learning environment that supports students with all types of learning needs and life circumstances.

Specifically, the series will align with four of Washington’s special education priorities. Leadership, Growth Mindset, Evidence-based Practices, and Resource Allocation.
When and Where
Oct/Nov, 2020 (deadline to apply 9/18)

Dec/Jan, 2020-2021

 Feb/Mar, 2021

 Apr/May, 2021

 June, 2021
March/April/May, 2021 (Walla Walla area)

June, 2021 (Seattle area)
SWIFT Equity Fan
Equity in education happens when all children are welcomed and fully supported in their community schools, and the systems of teaching and learning are fluid, responsive, dynamic, alive, and use all available resources to meet student needs. 
SWIFT Education Center
Life Span Institute | University of Kansas
 1315 Wakarusa Drive • Lawrence, KS 66049
swiftschools.org • swift@ku.edu