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Generated by the work and vision of AWSP's Diversity and Equity Committee, the resources offered provide members with content focused on complimenting, and building upon, current equity best practices within school communities. 




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WEBINAR: How To Be "ALL IN" as an Inclusive Leader

Chris Espeland
Oct 12, 2020

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Our Principals Month celebration continues with a special surprise: We’re offering a brand-new workshop on inclusion absolutely FREE to AWSP members.

In response to the constant pivots school communities have had to undertake over the last 7 months due to Covid-19, school closures and distance learning models, systems have had to shift in unprecedented ways to face entrenched, historical disparity head on to meet the needs of all students. Inclusion and inclusionary practices have never been more important to design and implement within your school contexts to reach ALL students.

 Let AWSP assist you in reclaiming your “heart work” as an education leader, with inclusion and inclusionary practices at the forefront, through this engaging, informative, holistic professional learning series. We guarantee, you, your “why”, and your school community will benefit from time spend with Dan.

How to be 'ALL IN' as an Inclusive Leader is a 5-part series with international film-maker Dan Habib. Join AWSP and other school leaders for five, one-hour virtual sessions starting Tuesday, Oct. 27. The first topic is “Disabling Segregation.” Our time will be spent listening, learning, and collaborating to create a culture of inclusion within our schools and communities.


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Part 1: DISABLING SEGREGATION
When: October 27, 2020
Time: 12pm - 1pm


As the series continues, we will have the opportunity to jump back into the classroom through Dan's masterful storytelling of inclusion in action. There will be time to connect with the actual students, principals and families highlighted in his films, as well as panelists of Washington principals and students who are walking through the work of inclusion.




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Literature

  • Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People | Banaji & Greenwald (2013)
  • Building Equity: Policies and Practices to Empower All Learners | Smith, Frey, Pumpian & Fisher (2017)
  • Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education | Gorski & Pothini (2013)
  • Help for Billy: A Beyond Consequences Approach to Helping Children in the Classroom | Forbes (2012) 


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For More Information 

Scott Seaman | Executive Director | (800) 562-6100



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