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Leading for Equity in Complex Systems - California - February 8-9, 2018

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Preservation Park - Nile Hall

668 13th St

Oakland, CA 94612

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Whether it’s implementing a district-wide equity initiative, addressing disproportionality in discipline, or redesigning entire schools, many education leaders approach their system’s challenges and change initiatives as complicated problems to solve. But equity challenges are more than complicated – they are complex – so emergent solutions must be found through dynamic interactions of diverse people and networks working together. Leaders in complex systems must be skilled at balancing both technical and relational approaches.

This two-day seminar will help you to think, engage, and act differently about your work: to expand your equity consciousness and move beyond a perpetual (and often reactive) task list toward more dynamic approaches to problem solving and decision-making. Explore process and planning tools that can match the level of complexity in your situation and context. Consider how to link your day-to-day activities with your long-term vision of equity, even in a changing and unpredictable world.

If you need to pay by check, please complete this form and send with check made payable to: National Equity Project, 1720 Broadway, 4th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612.

Please contact the National Equity Project at 510.208.0160 or events@nationalequityproject.org with questions.

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