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Equity Blueprint for Action

The SDCOE Equity Blueprint for Action focuses on improving educational outcomes for three student groups: African American, American Indian, and Latinx. This document highlights community- and research informed practices common among the three communities, as well as actions and recommendations specific to each community. The Equity Blueprint for Action compendium website expands on the Local Control and Accountability Plan tools and document themes. 

Professional Learning Development Sessions

Ask Me Anything

The "Ask Me Anything" series affords equity practitioners an opportunity to anonymously ask questions around specific topics and attend a short, 15-minute answer session where we will respond to submitted questions and share resources.  

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Understanding the Blueprint

Get a comprehensive overview of SDCOE's Equity Blueprint for Action, including the purpose, stakeholder engagement efforts, and information about the four themes of socially conscious leadership.

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Critical Consciousness

Begin the journey into a complex understanding of self and one's potential to create change within these systems.

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Foundations of Identity

Embark upon the unpacking of our own experiences and identity while connecting with the identities and experiences of others. This session offers a deep examination of self and how who we are impacts what we do.

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Implicit Bias and Microaggression

In this session, we will define and explore implicit bias and the resulting microaggressive behaviors, a focus of this session will be on noticing and excavating the beliefs & behaviors that perpetuate bias and inequities in our schools.

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Critical Self Awareness

In this session, participants will examine themselves, their understanding of who they are in service of understanding each and every student. 

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Values, Beliefs, and Assumptions

Through a deep dive in critical self awareness, we will be better equipped to examine our collective and individual values, beliefs, and assumptions in an effort to understand how what we believe impacts relationships.

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The Skin That We Speak

In this session named after Lisa Delpit's book, we will explore thoughts on language and culture in the classroom as well as unpack attitudes and beliefs connected with language acquisition and use.

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Linguistic Structures, Discourse Features, and Body Talk

A close examination of various linguistic structures and shared and unique discourse features across cultures. Learn more about how language and culture can include body language, speech patterns, and other ways of developing meaning.

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Being in Wise Relationships with Family and Community

Learn best practices and fruitful ways of inviting family and community into educational spaces. Explore how to connect the home cultures, languages, understandings, and brilliance of families in our own communities with the learning happening in the classroom. 

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Fostering Voice and Choice

Learn best practices for administrators and educators who are looking to better incorporate consistent and meaningful student voice and agency, build holistic relationships with students, and become more responsive to the academic, social, and emotional needs of young scholars.

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Family and Community Voice Structures

Family and community engagement specialists will share strategies for engaging the larger school community in consistent and ongoing structures of feedback, voice, and choice. Learn ways of embedding and leveraging the unique and deep contributions of parents and families.

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Analyzing Language Demands and Amplifying Linguistic Context

Together we will explore the language demands of content standards and students’ academic achievement paired with strategies for amplifying linguistic context and leveraging linguistic funds of knowledge.

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Being in Wise Relationships with Students

Learning best practices for administrators and educators who are looking to better incorporate consistent and meaningful student voice and agency, build holistic relationships with students, and become more responsive to the academic, social, and emotional needs of young scholars.

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Nothing About Us Without Us

This session will feature a group of students from across San Diego County as they share their input and feedback on how to best engage students and amplify the voices of youth scholars.

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Integrated Literacy

Interpreting the demands of literacy and language standards to better understand how cultural and social influences play a factor in the efforts to create equity and access to curriculum and instruction.

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