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Aug 04, 2020 jjamison
Wednesday, August 5 at 3 p.m. EDT
"Practicing Antiracism in Your School"
Join us for this critical conversation about how educators can work to combat racism and inequality in their everyday roles. We’ll ask what it really means to practice antiracism. Hosted by Tracie Jones, director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging at HGSE. With:
  • Christina “V” Villarreal, HGSE faculty and former teacher and school leader in East Oakland, California
  • José Vilson, math teacher, writer, and activist in New York City, and executive director of EduColor  
  • Jamarria Hall, student and activist
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A Leader's Guide to Talking about Bias
Adjusting mindsets to facilitate rich and productive conversations about race in school settings.
Can We Actually Open Schools Safely?
Watch last week’s webinar for key insights on how schools and families can make wise decisions, set priorities, and assess public health information. With HGSE Dean Bridget Long and Ashish Jha, director of the Harvard Global Health Institute.
Read more actionable insights from Harvard faculty, to help you navigate the challenges of today’s education landscape.
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“To understand where students are going, you have to know where they come from. … A zip code can tell you so much more about where a child is going to end up than any other fact that you can learn about that child.” (United Shades of America/CNN)
Learn more about initiatives, partnerships, and thought leadership by HGSE faculty, research centers, and affiliated units.
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