Today I’m sharing four questions to think through your readiness to center equity in your leadership or coaching practice.
A few tips for how you can turn learning into action to center equity this school year.
By Elena Aguilar, President and Founder In Episode 5 of The Bright Morning Podcast, I spoke to a very special person who told me a story about a couple of powerful conversations about race, racial identity, and racism. I want you to be able to have powerful conversation—conversations that heal and bring us into closer,
By Elena Aguilar, President and Founder Ja Young’s words echoed in my mind for a long time after recorded our conversation. My name made other people feel uncomfortable. I want to hear my name from people.People who don’t have names that we’re comfortable saying in our English-speaking mouths, don’t hear their names as often. I
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Jessie Cordova and Elena Aguilar engaged in a discussion focused on the ideas driving Elena’s book coming this fall – Coaching For Equity.
Lori Cohen concludes her series on looking at your sh** and focusing on equity. She writes, “I challenge you to do one thing a day that allows you to be a threat to inequity.”
Check out this toolkit for sharpening your equity tools. If you work in education, you have signed on to call yourself an “educator” – and that means a lot.
It is time for all of us to see that equity work is non-negotiable if we truly want to transform the world.
Coaching for Equity: Conversations that Change Practice will be in your hands in mid-September. Here are a few excerpts from the introduction which we hope will get you excited to read it!
A shift in your beliefs will change your behavior which will create a shift in students’ beliefs which then creates a change in their actions.