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Let's Have a Candid Conversation About Equity - Change Your Process on How You Look at Data

Participants will actively engage and discuss strategies on how to collect and rethink dialogues around student data; identifying patterns and gaps that help inform culturally responsive practices impacting student achievement. How do I make this work real? National equity expert, Dr. Donna Elam, will share how to integrate Equity of Effort. This means really changing your process on how to look at data to impact policy, and build structures. No more superficial diversity work! Participate in this truly authentic session walking away with: How to address the individual needs of students from different cultural backgrounds and varying experiences How to rethink the work of data dialogues for culturally responsive instruction How to establish diverse teams to review data for improved decision making How to provide ongoing feedback loops that help educators identify patterns to be addressed for improved achievement

This talk was presented at:
2021 National ESEA Conference
February 2021 in Cyberspace
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Donna Elam

Dr. Donna Elam is a nationally recognized authority in diversity and cultural competence research and training for educational, business, governmental, and community agencies. She is President/CEO of ELI, Elam Leadership Institute, a national think tank for leadership development for educational institutions working with diverse populations to address achievement and connectedness of all stakeholders. She is also the former Director of the Tampa Bay Educational Partnership, a position created to facilitate interdisciplinary research and funding across all colleges at the University of South Florida Tampa Campus. Dr. Elam is honored to sit as Educational Advisor for the Dr. C.T. Vivian’s leadership, community and educational initiatives; and has received countless recognitions and awards at the state, national and international levels.