Developing Competencies and Dispositions to Lead for Equity

It takes strong leadership to dismantle inequities in schools. This work requires that leaders learn to be equity-focused, anti-bias, and equity-competent. We help leaders develop skills and behaviors for working with their teams to intentionally identify and address inequities, from reflecting on their own biases to talking about them publicly to creating structures for undoing systemic inequities. 

Sharpening Your Equity Lens: A Professional Learning Series for School and District Leaders

A workshop series with four days of flexible content delivered in your district or system that builds the capacity of district/network and school leaders to identify, confront and address the inequities in our schools.   The foundation for this program is ...

Coaching for Equitable Practice

A two-day workshop where participants develop coaching strategies that deepen their ability to help school and system leaders name, reflect on, and take action to pursue racial equity.  Now more than ever, conversations about race generate more heat than light. This ...

Equity Simulations

Racial and cultural equity are difficult to achieve in schools. NYCLA’s Equity Sims engage educational leaders in reflection and decision-making through interactive, video-based scenarios related to issues of racial equity in schools. The Equity Sims are a flexible professional learning ...

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