Help

CESA 2 Leading For Equity: 4 Day Series

< Back

The maximum of 130 registrations has been reached.
Registration Closed.
Agency: CESA 2
Agency Contact: Daniel Hanrahan
Agency Assistant: Emily Zeimet 262-473-1473
Location: 13 East Event Center
216 Golf Drive
Jefferson, WI 53549
Facility: Banquet Room
Date/Time:
11/7/2019 12:00 PM - 04:00 PM Check in at 11:30 am
12/5/2019 12:00 PM - 04:00 PM Check in at 11:30 am
3/5/2020 08:00 AM - 04:00 PM Check in at 7:30 am
4/2/2020 12:00 PM - 04:00 PM Check in at 11:30 am
Attachments:

CESA 2 is excited to collaborate with the National Equity Project to bring the Leading for Equity series to CESA 2. This is free for CESA 2 district leadership teams and will be facilitated through four sessions. Please note, there are 3 half days and 1 full day.

 

NEP logoLeading for Equity

The Leading For Equity™ series is a signature service of the National Equity Project, working with leaders (both formal and informal) to develop their capacity to foster positive change on behalf of historically under-served students and families.

Leading for Equity is an experiential institute providing ample opportunities for sharing, reflection, and planning to inform your current work. The Leading For Equity series will develop individual and collective leadership at every level of schools, districts, foundations or nonprofit organizations. Teams deepen their commitment, relationships, and efficacy while developing strategies toward equity goals.  Teams receive expert, caring guidance and facilitation to work together to address the personal and technical challenges they face in their educational equity efforts.

Sessions

Learning sessions will focus on deepening participant awareness and understanding of key concepts and frameworks for examining and addressing disparities impacting the experiences and outcomes of students who have been historically marginalized within our school systems. Specific objectives include:

  • Expanding ability to articulate an Equity Imperative

  • Increasing ability to identify, analyze, and address issues of inequity

  • Developing skills, strategies, and approaches to maintain leadership for equity

Content and Resources

Content and resources for the sessions will be drawn from the following:

  • Historical roots, current realities of, and personal experiences with racial equity disparities

  • Exploration of the ways in which implicit bias is formed and how it impacts and reinforces decisions that marginalize groups of people

  • Examination of opportunity structures, situatedness, and experiences of belonging within our districts and communities

  • Understanding how stereotype threat impacts student learning and methods for interrupting this impact

  • Leadership for Equity Competencies

  • Power of personal narrative and strategies for incorporating listening as an equity leadership strategy

  • Systems approach to addressing racial equity issues

 

 

Sponsored by

Administrator Standards
WAS1The administrator has an understanding of and demonstrates competence in the teacher standards under s. PI 34.02.
WAS2The administrator leads by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared by the school community.
WAS3The administrator manages by advocating, nurturing and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to pupil learning and staff professional growth.
WAS5The administrator models collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources.
WAS6The administrator acts with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner.
WAS7The administrator understands, responds to, and interacts with the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context that affects schooling.
Pupil Services
WPS1The pupil services professional understands the teacher standards under s. PI 34.02.
WPS2The pupil services professional understands the complexities of learning and knowledge of comprehensive, coordinated practice strategies that support pupil learning, health, safety and development.
WPS4The pupil services professional understands and represents professional ethics and social behaviors appropriate for school and community.
WPS5The pupil services professional understands the organization, development, management and content of collaborative and mutually supportive pupil services programs within educational settings.
WPS6The pupil services professional is able to address comprehensively the wide range of social, emotional, behavioral and physical issues and circumstances which may limit pupils’ abilities to achieve positive learning outcomes through development, implementation and evaluation of system-wide interventions and strategies.
WPS7The pupil services professional interacts successfully with pupils, parents, professional educators, employers, and community support system such as juvenile justice, public health, human services and adult education.
EP School Administrator
SAPES1Standard 1: Leadership for Student Learning
SAPES2Standard 2: School Climate
SAPES5Standard 5: Communication and Community Relations
SAPES6Standard 6: Professionalism
DPI Principal
WPD12Domain 1.2: Instructional Leadership
WPD22Domain 2.2: Intentional and Collabaorative School Culture
EP Central Office
EOST1Standard 1: Mission, Vision, and Goals
EOST3Standard 3: Human Resources/Instructional Leadership
EOST5Standard 5: Communication and Community Relationships
EOST6Standard 6: Professionalism
EP District Administrator
DAST1Performance Standard 1: Strategic Leadership
DAST2Performance Standard 2: Instructional Leadership
DAST3Performance Standard 3: Human Resources Leadership
DAST5Performance Standard 5: Communication and Community Relationships
DAST6Performance Standard 6: Professionalism

Note: If you are a nursing mother, please be sure to include that in the notes of your registration. We have a private room available for nursing mothers, which must be reserved. The key can be obtained from Emily at the front desk when you arrive.

It's that time of the year where the unpredictable weather outdoors makes our training rooms either too cold or too warm. Training room temperatures are controlled offsite and often take time before the adjustment is noticed. We suggest bringing a sweater, wearing close-toed shoes and/or dressing in layers to assure you are as comfortable as possible while at our facility.


Cancellation Policy: Registered participants will receive a refund if they cancel prior to 3 working days before an event, minus any material costs that have already been incurred. Cancellations must either be made on MyQuickReg or by emailing cancel@cesa2.org. Because of our commitment to the presenter and the food vendor, participants who cancel less than 3 working days prior to the event or who do not attend the event, will be billed the full fee. CESA 2 reserves the right to cancel any event. Registered participants will be notified via phone and email if a cancellation occurs and will receive a full refund. 

Inclement Weather Policy: Every effort will be made to hold an event. CESA 2 will notify participants via email as soon as possible if an event has been cancelled due to weather conditions.

Disclaimer: CESA 2 will do its best to accommodate general dietary requests; if your dietary need is very specific or severe, you may want to bring your own lunch to ensure your comfort and health. CESA 2 does not assume liability for adverse reactions to food consumed or items one may come into contact with while eating at a CESA 2 event. If you have a dietary need or food allergy, please go into your MyQuickReg profile and update the special accommodations section. Notice of a special dietary need must be made 2 weeks in advance of the event.

By registering for an event with CESA 2, participants agree to grant to CESA 2 and its authorized representatives permission to record digital photos and/or video, of their participation. Participants further agree that any or all of the material photographed may be used, in any form, as part of any future publications, brochure, or other printed materials used to promote CESA 2, and further that such use shall be without payment of fees, royalties, special credit or other compensation. If you do not wish to have your photo or image used, please contact us at info@cesa2.org.