Anti-Racist Teaching requires a commit Anti-Racist Schools. Why is this so difficult and how do we start? presented by Dr. Gregory Peters, Executive Director of SF-CESS
In this three-part, interactive webinar series, Dr. Gregory Peters will engage participants in considering the challenges behind anti-racism within our schools and their impacts. He will guide participants to explore effective conditions and practices that can foster a culture of transformation towards anti-racist school environments and equitable results.
This is a series of webinars that build upon each other. Participants will need to participate in (or view the recordings of) each of the previous webinars in order to benefit from the series.
Registration for the 3rd webinar in the series:
1. Webinar 1: February 24, 2022 12:00-1:30 p.m. Dr. Peters will anchor our learning in shared definitions related to racism and introduce the history of racism within public education in the United States.
View recording of webinar #1: https://youtu.be/HfyK8Bhx0gU
2. Webinar 2: April 6, 2022 12:00-1:30 pm Dr. Peters will build on this foundation in the second webinar to highlight strategies and pedagogical practices that school staff can use to accelerate learning for all children, especially those that are disproportionately represented in special education or disciplinary action.
View recording of webinar #2: https://youtu.be/DsVJC8ZAdOM
3. Webinar 3: TBD Dr. Peters will introduce a systemic framework to support school staff in their commitment toward anti-racism.
Webinar series is presented by Dr. Gregory Peters, Executive Director of SF-CESS, and is hosted by Napa County's Office of Education through the CDE SPP-TAP Project.