Social Justice Education and The School Leader is a multi-tiered effort to support school leaders in their work to lead school cultures of justice, equity and anti-racism.
This effort includes a six-part series of web meetings between June 23 and July 28, 2020. The series is produced and hosted by Stephen Peters and Mark Wilson.
This episode is THREE of FOUR from a recording of the June 23 meeting, and answers the question, ” How might I prepare my teachers to effectively discuss social justice and anti-racism with our students?”
Guests from this meeting, and in this recording include: Dr. Robbie Hooker, Dr. Linda Lumpkin, Liz Raeburn, and Amy Thornton.
Stephen and Mark are the hosts and producers of these sessions. They are both lifelong educators, nationally recognized for their work as school leaders, and committed to supporting Georgia’s school leaders together. They have been friends and colleagues for over two decades and have joined together now to help leaders build schools where equity, justice, and opportunity define the climate and culture.
In partnership with these education organizations: Chattahoochee-Flint RESA, Coastal Plains RESA, CSRA RESA, First District RESA, Griffin RESA, Heart of GA RESA, Metro RESA, Middle GA RESA, North GA RESA, Northeast GA RESA, Northwest GA RESA, Oconee RESA, Okefenokee RESA, Pioneer RESA, Southwest GA RESA, West GA RESA.