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Leading Change for Educational Equity 2: Systems & Culture (designed for teams)

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This learning experience is designed for people who have attended Leading Change for Educational Equity (LCEE) or Leadership for College and Career Readiness (LCR).
AVID Site Coordinator, District Leader, Site-Based Administrator

Leading Change for Educational Equity 2 (LCEE2) is designed as a follow-up to the Leading Change for Educational Equity training that introduced school teams to the four AVID Schoolwide Domains. Partners can select two of the four Domains (Instruction, Systems, Leadership, and Culture) for their LCEE2 professional learning experience. This offering explores Systems and Culture.

Systems

Leading Change for Educational Equity 2: Systems focuses on strengthening schoolwide systems thinking, utilizing the Plan-Do-Study-Act framework for continuous improvement, and developing data analysis and accountability measures to support system-wide capacity building. Participants will learn strategies to effectively lead systems improvement that promotes coherence and increases the intrinsic motivation among teachers and staff to ensure equity, access, and opportunity for all students to become college and career ready.

Performance Objectives

  • Lead continuous improvement efforts by creating coherence among key systems to equip and inspire educators to ensure equity, access, and opportunity for all students so that they are college and career ready.
  • Utilize meaningful data that reliably predict college and career readiness for all students, understanding the root causes for student achievement results.
  • Develop and use effective systems for data collection and analysis to advocate for equity and access for all students to be college and career ready.

Culture

Leading Change for Educational Equity 2: Culture emphasizes that a culture grounded in equity, access, and opportunity is foundational for preparing all students to be college and career ready and that culture is instrumental in establishing aligned and interdependent systems, ensuring mission- and vision-driven leadership, and fostering a rigorous instructional framework so that all students are on the path to college and career readiness. Participants will learn strategies to confront personal biases and actively seek out and eliminate barriers that limit students’ access and opportunities. They will also utilize tools and resources to effectively create a plan for sustaining a culture that allows students to achieve their college and career goals.

Performance Objectives

  • Examine implicit and explicit personal biases that may hinder a culture of college and career readiness for all students.
  • Recognize existing opportunity gaps and identify ways to break down barriers to ensure students have what they need to be college and career ready.
  • Leverage the Law of Diffusion to build trust among all stakeholders and establish a culture of shared beliefs and values focused on equity for all students.
  • Develop actionable steps for creating and sustaining a culture grounded in equitable practices that provide access and opportunity for all students and understand that culture is foundational for other Domains to impact college and career readiness for all students.

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Four 3-hour professional learning modules through a virtual platform using videoconferencing provide a high-paced, interactive, dynamic learning experience while modeling engaging and rigorous instruction. There will also be opportunities to engage in One-to-One Collaborative Coaching.

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