Leaders for Equity Tuesday Talk Series: Leadership for Inclusive Practices

Tuesday, February 25, 2020
4:15 – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time for U.S. and Canada)
There is only a Zoom option for this session.

 
As a school leader, what are the successes you are experiencing to support students with disabilities? What are some of the strategies you have used to do this work? What are some of the lessons you have learned? Join this free, interactive conversation!

Join Zoom Meeting
https://rochester.zoom.us/j/359209175
Meeting ID: 359 209 175
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For additional information, please contact Holly Manaseri at hmanaseri@warner.rochester.edu. 

About the Leaders for Equity Tuesday Talk Series
The Leaders for Equity Tuesday Talk Series, hosted by the Warner School of Education’s K-12 School Leadership Program, is intended for school and district leaders, teacher leaders, and aspiring school leaders. The series provides a supportive online space for leaders to discuss current problems of practice they are facing around issues of equity, share challenges and successes they have experienced, and exchange relevant resources and best practices. The series aims to build a coalition of ‘leaders for equity’ that seek to grow professionally and support one another in creating equitable, accessible, and inclusive K-12 school communities for all.

Future sessions are scheduled for March 31 and April 28 from 4:15 - 5 p.m.

Continue the conversations using the hashtag: #LeadersforEquity




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