Equal Opportunity Schools thanks Harvard Graduate School of Education Senior Lecturer @karen_mapp for her keynote address “Family Engagement is Essential For Student and School Success” at our Free Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School. @HarvardGSAS
Join Equal Opportunity Schools and Keynote Speaker, and Senior Lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education @karen_mapp at our Free Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School. Dr. Mapp is an expert in school, family, and community engagement and will provide insight into how these connections can boost student achievement and school improvement efforts on March 25 at 10 a.m. PST.
Join Equal Opportunity Schools for a conversation with Dr. Karen Mapp of the Harvard School of Graduate Education, at EOS’ Free Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School. Dr. Mapp is an expert in school, family, and community engagement and will provide insight into how those connections can boost student achievement and school improvements efforts.
Equal Opportunity Schools is excited to share the session topics for our Virtual Symposium: Race, Equity & The Future of School, March 4-31, 2021.
Specifically designed to inspire educators from around the country to be equity champions and build equitable learning environments for students. Join us from the comfort of your home (office) or school for free! This virtual open space will be a way to connect and gear up for a month of learning together.
Role Alike sessions are for EOS partners while Keynote sessions are open to the public.
During these challenging times, we are dealing with a never-before-seen school environment, and we must create a new understanding of how our youth are best served. Both of these sessions are designed to provide tools and strategies essential to this purpose.
Disrupting Dehumanization and Affirming the Humanity of Boys and Young Men of Color and their Villages
Tuesday, July 21 at 9-11 a.m. Pacific/ Noon-2 p.m. Eastern
Dr. Rhonda Bryant, Co- Director of Forward Promise, will lead a thought-provoking presentation focused on the critical thinking and collective action essential to reclaiming the humanity and restoring the village of boys and young men of color.
Family, Community, and School Engagement
Thursday, August 6 at 9-11 a.m. Pacific/ Noon-2 p.m. Eastern
Dr. Karen Mapp, Senior Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Faculty Director of the Education Policy and Management Master’s Program. Dr. Mapp is the preeminent authority on family and community engagement.
Each session includes a Q & A session, interactive breakouts, and a solution-oriented implementation.
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