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Equity and Culturally Responsive Practices for Building Leaders

Ensuring equitable practices are embedded throughout instruction and school operations is essential for Title I schools with diverse populations, high student populations experiencing poverty, and challenges with students connecting to and excelling academically. School leaders must make culturally responsive practices (CRP) a priority. In order to prioritize CRP, school faculty and staff members must first be presented opportunities for self-examination and analysis that informs and promotes individual growth. When staff members are able to identify their own ideals and understanding of race, implicit biases, and equity, opportunities for growth are inevitable. Participants will be provided content to promote a deeper understanding of race, implicit bias and privilege on which to build a basis for culturally responsive practices. School leaders will be equipped with strategies to promote with faculty and staff to implement effective culturally responsive practices.

This talk was presented at:
2022 National ESEA Conference
February 2022 in New Orleans, LA
For more information:
camille.harmon@vbschools.com
Speakers
Camille Harmon

Mrs. Camille Harmon currently serves as the proud principal of Bayside Middle School of Virginia Beach City Public Schools. She is a qualified education professional with 24 years of experience and has demonstrated results in improving teacher proficiency and student learning by working collaboratively to develop and implement school improvement and by placing a priority on student social-emotional support while fostering strong relationships with students, teachers, parents, and the community. She is a servant leader who works to ensure all students have an equitable learning environment where they may grow, learn and reach their potential.