In my over 25 years as an educator, I’ve learned a lot about education leadership with the understanding that leadership comes in many forms, and everyone has an important role to play in reducing inequality in our schools.
Part Three: Are Your Leadership Practices Good Enough for Racial Justice?
You don’t need to be a ‘savior.’ You do need to put building trust and reaching out at the top of your list.
Part Two: Does Your District’s Way of Decisionmaking Reinforce Systemic Racism?
Leaders must ask if their vision of student success reflects what Black and Latinx families say is most important.
Part One: Ed. Leaders: Discuss Race, Call Out White Supremacy
Downplaying the realities of racism leads to misunderstanding school problems and developing inadequate solutions.