Seattle, WA – Equal Opportunity School’s Interim President and Chief Strategy Officer, Dr. Sasha Rabkin, became the official President of the organization on March 1, 2022. Rabkin’s appointment as EOS’ new President follows his integral role in developing the organization’s strategic plan, which will guide its work over the next three to five years.
“As Interim President, Rabkin has played a significant role in EOS’ strategic planning process and has been the organization’s primary fundraiser,” EOS’ CEO Eddie Lincoln remarks. “He has undoubtedly earned this moment in his professional career. As one of EOS’s longest-tenured staff members, he has led the organization through some of its most vital projects.”
“I cannot be prouder and more excited to continue serving EOS during this tremendous moment in education history.” Rabkin expresses. “The EOS team is dynamic, inspiring, and powerful. I am honored to be on this journey with them.”
As an educator, one of your greatest desires is to see your students succeed.
Though this is the ultimate goal, there are barriers to opportunity that exist for students throughout your school building. Join #EqualOpportunitySchools and a panel of expert educators as we engage in our two-part webinar series to discuss ways to reengage, reconnect with, and recenter students in the new year. Register here: https://bit.ly/33kj860
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Decoding Student Aspirations 2/16 @ 9 AM PST
According to our research, there is a gap of at least 25% in upper-level course participation between white students and students of color. #EqualOpportunitySchools invites #Superintendents and #Principals to attend an upcoming Learning Session. You will hear about methods and best practices that our partner schools have adopted to close their gaps in rigorous course participation. For attending, you’ll receive a post event gift card for a meal on us. Register now:https://bit.ly/33kj860
Equal Opportunity Schools celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month by paying tribute to Yuji Ichioka, an American historian and civil rights activist best known for his work in Asian American studies. As an adjunct professor, he coined the term “Asian American.” Ichioka helped establish the Asian American studies program at UCLA, and with his wife, founded the Yuji Ichioka and Emma Gee Endowment for Social Justice and Immigration Studies at UCLA’s Asian American Studies Center.
Join us in honoring Yuji Ichioka by leaving a tribute on our social media channels @EqualOppSchools.