The third in a series
Creating and Sustaining Inclusive Schools:
Multicultural Curriculum, Identity Development, and Social Justice
Monday, April 20, 9:00-3:00pm (lunch included)
$500 per school (up to three people)
Please join us for a full day of learning and doing. We've invited a small gathering of faculty and administrators from a variety of independent schools to the third in an ongoing series. Learn more about last April's roundtable
These discussions focus on transforming classrooms and schools into more inclusive learning communities. Participants will observe in classrooms, meet with faculty and administrators who apply an equity lens to the work of teaching and leading, and consider how to bring back tools and resources to their own schools.
The day is hosted by the leadership and faculty of the Gordon School. Gordon is a longtime leader in multicultural education and social justice pedagogy, sustaining a schoolwide commitment to racial diversity and equity work for the past twenty-five years. Over that period, Gordon has been an innovator in the independent school field, leading work on affinity groups and tuition reform, running a national institute focused on multicultural education and hosting a master's degree program for elementary school educators.
Ideal for teams of teachers and administrators (up to three per school). Space is limited. Please RSVP by February 21st.