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Network for School Improvement - Webinar Nov. 19th 2:00pm (Eastern Time) 11:00am (Pacific Time)

Nov 12, 2020 jjamison
Network for School Improvement - Webinar Nov. 19th 2:00pm (Eastern Time) 11:00am (Pacific Time)

Dear friend,Please join us on November 19 at 2:00PM Eastern Time to hear about some of the emerging early learnings and reflections from our Network for School Improvement (NSI) partners and researchers from Columbia University. Your participation in this conversation is, in many ways, an important part of the foundation’s work. Let me explain.  One critical aspect of the NSI portfolio is to better…

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Dr. Jody Carrington - Events and New Book

Oct 27, 2020 jjamison

HELLO Amazing Human! I just wanted to reach out as we are so excited to work with you and wanted to let you know about some things we have coming up.     1 - First things first, Jody is almost done writing book #2 with Laurie McIntosh that will be titled Teacher's These Days which we are SO excited about.  We would LOVE to offer you a discount on her current book Kids These days for any large…

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October 23rd COTA Conference Keynote Presentations

Oct 23, 2020 jjamison

Click here to view Dr. Bathseba Opini's presentation from the October 23rd COTA Conference. Myrna McCallum's Keynote  

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BCTF PSA Conferences

Sep 29, 2020 jjamison

SUBJECT:          PSA Conferences—October 23, 2020   Given the current COVID-19 pandemic situation, the BCTF’s Provincial Specialist Association Conferences, on the October 23, 2020 PSA day, will be held online. The Federation has provided significant support to the PSAs to help with their move to virtual conferences as we recognize the importance to the Federation’s members for access to quality,…

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Harvard Graduate School of Education: Measuring Implicit Bias in Schools

Sep 29, 2020 jjamison
Harvard Graduate School of Education: Measuring Implicit Bias in Schools

      Research Stories Measuring Implicit Bias in Schools A new study finds evidence that teachers’ implicit bias may lead to unequal student outcomes. By: Emily Boudreau Posted: August 11, 2020 School leaders across the country are reflecting on the conversation about race and racism in America that came to a head this summer, proposing…

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