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Expert Q&A: Addressing Racism with Students and Caring Adults - Shared screen with speaker view
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
10:56
Welcome, everyone! Thank you for joining us today! We will get started in just a few minutes.
Isabel Escobar
11:08
Hello from Bx. NY
Dawn Rock
11:15
Dawn Rock, Rosemead School District
Marshall Grant
11:15
Marshall Grant, Denton ISD
Comfort Anum
11:21
Hello from Miwuakee
Isabel Escobar
11:21
same to see you
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
11:22
Where is everyone from? Chat in your name and location!
misty
11:23
Misty, Siloam springs Arkansas
Michele Kubiniec
11:35
Hello from Mooresville, NC
matt zawacki
11:38
Matthew Zawacki, Michigan City, IN
Jacqueline Stephenson
11:40
Hi from Boston!
Pamela Judy
11:41
Hi from WV.
Laurie Holman
11:44
Laurie, Ringwood NJ
Lauren Gyorfi
11:46
from Norfolk, VA. School Counselor
Patti-Lynn Harmon
11:46
Good afternoon from Hagerstown, Maryland
Bobby marshall
11:47
North Bend, Oregon
Lynette Buswell-Wible
11:47
Hi everyone - Lynette from Itty-Bitty Hampstead, NH
Danielle Mitchell
11:48
Rochester, NY
Jason Arenas
11:48
Hello, from Oakland, CA
Trish Whetstone
11:48
Hi from Western, NY!
Julie Alkatout
11:49
Minneapolis, MN
Leisan Smith
11:49
Hi from Bexley (Columbus), Ohio
Eleanor Campbell
11:50
Hello from Akron, OH
Jamie Balanowski
11:50
Lansing, MI
Myra Adams
11:50
Hi from St Louis
Kaleen Healey
11:50
Hello from Chicago!
Sam Steele
11:52
Good afternoon/morning from Miami FL
Rachelle Broggin
11:53
Hello from PA!!!!
Esther Coleman
11:53
Hello from Chapel Hill, NC
Melissa Bertsch
11:54
Buffalo, Minnesota
Jason Moore
11:55
Good Afternoon from Washington, DC!
Cherie Mercer
11:55
Hello from North Wales, PA
Kimberly Bush
11:58
Hello from Bethlehem, PA!
Teressa McGurr
11:58
greetings fro columbus ohio good to be back again
Daniel Irving
11:59
Hello from North Providence, RI!
Neela Jscob
12:01
Hi, this is Neela Jacob- teacher from from Toronto, Canada
Maria Vargas
12:01
Hi everyone from Thomasville, NC!
Joshua Steinfeld
12:03
Joshua from NY
Deborah Wilson
12:07
Deborah Wilson- Chicago
Caryn Curry
12:08
Hello from Chicago
Michael Gordon
12:10
Hello from Bridgeport, CT
Jessica Dennis
12:11
Evansville, IN
Marcia Brooks
12:19
Marcia, social worker, Elk Grove Village, Illinois
MOHAMMAD FAIZ AFZAL
12:20
HI MOHAMMAD FAIZ AFZAL, MANY GREETINGS FROM INDIA
Maurice Dudley
12:24
Maurice From Sumner Wash..
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
12:29
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Evelyn Amoah
12:32
Hello again from Ontario, Canada!
Paul O’Neill
12:38
Paul from NJ here. Supervisor of Instruction (Grades 5-6 and PK)
Margaret Dreier
12:41
Reading and Math Specialist, Millbrook, NY
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
12:58
[Today’s Presentation] https://pan-ed.com/panel-727
Jacqueline Johnson
13:09
Hi, From: Wayne County, Goldsboro, NC
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
13:10
Nick from the Panorama team! Excited to join and chat with you all :)
Jennifer Messina
13:17
Hello from MD
Deborah Wilson
13:25
Youth Intervention Specialist- Chicago
Melissa Wurth
13:40
Hello from Iowa
Deanna Clinger
13:41
Hello from Groveport Ohio!
Raeanna Ellis
14:00
Hello From West Philadelphia
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
14:07
Here is the presentation link again: https://pan-ed.com/panel-727
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
14:15
You will receive a follow-up email with the recording, slide deck, additional resources, and a certificate of completion.
Altagracia Montilla
14:25
Hello Comrades! Altagracia Montilla, Chief Equity Officer of Center for Supportive Schools. Zooming in from NYC/ NJ
jessica lewis
15:01
Hi happy to be here.
Maria Vargas
15:15
Speak your truth
Precious Fuller
15:29
Hello from Keithville Louisiana!
Sharon Shirley
15:30
Own intent vs impact
Jason Arenas
15:35
Expect & accept non-closure
Leisan Smith
15:41
Speak my truth. Use I statements.
Melissa Bertsch
15:49
Experience discomfort
Michael Gordon
15:53
I will expect and accept non-closure
Donna Watson
16:04
Good afternoon,
Jessica Dennis
16:07
non-closure
jessica lewis
16:10
experience discomfort
Donna Watson
16:19
Johnston County Public Schools, North Carolina
Anne Baffert
17:20
Hello all from Tucson, Arizona!
Altagracia Montilla
17:28
Happy to see “Speak your truth” - helps in honoring others by recognizing difference in experience and helps with showing up as best self bc it feels like an invitation to be my authentic self which is a gift in a world that attempts to constantly dictate how much of biopic’s truth are welcome
Mary Garrett
18:10
Hello,From Houston,TX Mary Garrett
Altagracia Montilla
18:19
BIPOCs *
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
19:34
Altagracia — love that reflection, thank you for sharing :)
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
19:49
As we ground in definitions of systemic racism and unconscious bias, wanted to share this resource - Addressing Race and Trauma in the Classroom: A Resource for Educators (via The National Child Traumatic Stress Network) https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources//addressing_race_and_trauma_in_the_classroom_educators.pdf
Gabriel Vote
20:57
Hi, from VA Beach!
Analisa Arizpe
21:19
Hi from San Antonio, TX!
Nemanja Arandelovic
21:19
Hi from Vienna, Austria!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
21:54
Hi Yasmin — you’ll automatically receive a follow-up email with the slides and resources, plus the recording!
Becky - Panorama's Community
22:12
@carrie - “Student voice as co creators is key. They are young and brilliant and know what they need! Not to mention very honest!” Totally agree!!
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
23:57
[Morris School District’s Action Plans] https://www.morrisschooldistrict.org/district/district-action-plans
Becky - Panorama's Community
24:16
Go ECE!!!
Altagracia Montilla
24:20
Appreciate the mention of Putting it on paper - great accountability tool
Becky - Panorama's Community
24:31
^completely agree
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
25:28
[Click to Tweet]: "Our equity action plan was the result of a lot of iterations of a lot of conversations with various stakeholders. We put things down on paper, which has been a great accountability tool." -Deb Engelfried on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar with @MSDK12 on addressing racism in schools https://ctt.ac/xeLak
Maurice Dudley
26:30
It shows up in Text Books where Nigger is read out loud in class.
Altagracia Montilla
26:34
“It shows up EVERYWHERE!” ::snaps in agreement::
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
26:56
[Click to Tweet]: "Bias shows up in policies; it shows up in procedures; it shows up in how we interact with one another, and with our students. It shows up everywhere. We need to look at education through the lens of: equity for ALL. " Lora Clark (@MorrisSchoolHR) on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar https://ctt.ac/a4dJH
Gabriel Vote
27:37
Equity for all, diversity always, celebrate cultural differences daily!
Esther Coleman
27:50
Textbooks are important. One of our social studies textbooks actually says that the slaves were happy.
Felicia Phillips
28:39
We've also experienced the impact of engaging students in authentic ways.
Maurice Dudley
28:47
Is it stay to say that a MAGA hat is a from of Racism??
Altagracia Montilla
29:02
MhmFrom mindsets to textbooks - racism, anti-blackness, and white supremacy shows up
Michael Gordon
29:12
@Maurice Dudley Yes
Jessica Dennis
29:52
I teach 7th grade English. Our PLC had a pre school opening meeting and discussed novel choices. We are including some things that address racism, but the discussion included the fact that students got hit so hard and so often with the topic of Racism, that they started to tune out completely. How do we keep the conversation going without turning them off because they are tired of talking about it?
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
30:10
[Click to Tweet]: "When we asked stakeholders how they felt about race and bias, we discovered that our students thought it wasn't being discussed enough. It speaks to how important is to honor student voice." Deb Engelfried on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar w/ @MSDK12 on addressing racism in schools https://ctt.ac/QfRdy
Maurice Dudley
30:57
Thank you very much for that answer. That is a issue at my school.I address concern for that and got push back.
Lynn Izakowitz
31:42
@jessica dennis try Stamped by Ibrahm Kendi- there is a version created specifically for middle schoolers- it captures their attention immediately
Esther Coleman
31:51
I believe all aggression is macro.
Tracy Collie
31:55
Yes! I love that! Students leading the sessions and agendas. Students as co-creators.
Altagracia Montilla
32:39
@Jessica - thank you for sharing that. that makes me think about HOW educators are talking to (are are they talking AT) students about race and racism. And HOW educators are providing wellness practices to sustain. Healing MUST be apart of dismantling.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
32:42
Maggie — you’ll receive a recording of today’s session along with the deck/resources
Felicia Phillips
33:26
@Altagracia: Your last sentence cannot be overemphasized.
Altagracia Montilla
33:31
So critical to include students in these conversations and something I have learned is that it’s important to Unlearn and undo white supremacist norms in how we design this work
Michael Gordon
33:33
Thank you for saying it is a journey. And that it needs to be intentional.
Leisan Smith
33:45
Thank you Becky.
Altagracia Montilla
33:47
Too often I see educators using white supremacist norms to talk about dismantling white supremacy …
Lynn Izakowitz
33:50
@maurice I don't think MAGA is racist- it is freedom of speech and then makes generalizations that all MAGA believe in the ideas regarding race as their president. its a great learning opportunity for students.
Becky - Panorama's Community
34:02
GROWTH MINDSET <3 Lora the power of yet
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
34:10
[Click to Tweet]: "We need to be intentional about creating the space to discuss race and have conversations around racism in our schools. Whether it's meetings or trainings to talk about race, we need to be intentional." Lora Clark (@MorrisSchoolHR) on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar with @MSDK12 https://ctt.ac/auoC7
Jacqueline Stephenson
34:47
What do you envision that professional development look like? Is there a text you are using, or a set of protocols? I'd love to learn more!
Precious Fuller
35:43
I think we could have fewer conversations if we had more equitable practices. I guess conversation has to precede implementing equitable practices and as that happens, we can expand the conversation.
Tracy Collie
35:44
“We have to do the work first.” - Ms. Clark….YES!
Altagracia Montilla
35:45
^ start with a mirror! Mirror before windows. Educators must put up a mirror to the ways we have been socialized in this country - a country rooted in racism and white supremacy
Altagracia Montilla
36:55
Yes! Move at the speed of trust. The kids won’t trust a rushed process.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
36:58
[Click to Tweet]: "Change is a journey for everyone. We need to understand where people are, learn to meet people where they are, and keep them moving." Deb Engelfried on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar with @MSDK12 on addressing racism in schools #SEL #wholechild #antiracism #adultSEL https://ctt.ac/n8I52
Felicia Phillips
37:11
Five months for two hours....taking that in.....
Rachelle Broggin
37:34
You all put in the work, good for you and your district!! Kudos!!
Leisan Smith
37:48
How do you get the community on board with the slower processes and pressing pause? Especially families of color in a predominantly white district?
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
38:13
https://crtandthebrain.com/ = Zaretta Hammond
Precious Fuller
38:23
I agree...we have been so impacted by racism that we are not aware of all of the ways we have been impacted. We need to become aware of the impacts and then methodically address and tear each one down, one block at a time.
Diana Levy
38:23
Diana Levy, Hayward Unified SD; Hayward, CA. Hi Jason! Great minds think alike.
Caryn Curry
38:40
Important to distinguish between pressing pause to better prepare and pressing pause out of peoples' discomfort
Altagracia Montilla
38:52
^ yes!
Tracy Kent-Gload
38:58
Bright Ribbons by Lotus Linton Howard is excellent for weaving equity and culturally responsive teaching into the classroom
Maurice Dudley
39:43
It is going to be a tough task to address racism in Distance Learning setting..When kids will be in their home setting where it starts.
Tracy Collie
39:57
“We press Pause….not Stop.” - Becky Barstein
Esther Coleman
40:26
Sometimes the conversations need to include separate spaces for white people to convene together and people of color to convene so that they can tackle certain issues separately before coming together.
Leisan Smith
40:38
YES!
Precious Fuller
40:53
so true!!
Becky - Panorama's Community
41:24
I personally have benefitted from that Ether - definitely a both and - space for affinity groups and space for whole group conversations across lines of race
Felicia Phillips
41:37
I've seen some affinity spaces go well and some completely disintegrate.
Esther Coleman
42:23
Agree. Need trained facilitation.
Becky - Panorama's Community
42:35
Deb is all powerful!!
Becky - Panorama's Community
43:33
Go Deb!
Altagracia Montilla
43:40
Love all of these resources being shared. I have spent years collecting extensive data bases on resources - articles, books, conferences, pedagogyy, etc.. And exploring not just as an educator but as someone who grew up Black In America, low-income family, single-parent home, daughter of an incarcerated father. And In doing the research I have struggled with how implicitly (and unintentionally) classist and anti-black some academic-based resources can be. Which circles back to the importance of connecting with students and letting students lead.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
43:43
[RESOURCE]: Panorama/Morris DEI Training Hub https://bit.ly/307Orxa
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
43:49
@maurice, I appreciate that we need to be thoughtful about distance learning settings, but would invite us to consider how families can be partners in anti-racism work.
Esther Coleman
44:23
yes!
Shawina Tims
44:26
Will this session be available to go back and review later. This is some vital information
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
44:52
Yes, Shawina, the recording will be sent to everyone after the session!
Altagracia Montilla
45:01
“A web of caring adults” -m love that
Altagracia Montilla
45:20
Embrace emergent design!
Maurice Dudley
45:53
Go ? Becky!!!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
46:22
[Click to Tweet]: "How will our stakeholders know that we have systems that listen? That shift and adjust based on feedback from students, families, and staff? We need to demonstrate change so stakeholders can see it." - Deb Engelfried on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar with @MSDK12 on anti-racism https://ctt.ac/dQJdZ
Felicia Phillips
46:39
One school that I worked at did a fishbowl with African American parents during a staff meeting. It was powerful for teachers to hear about what the parents thought about their students' experiences at the school.
Shawina Tims
46:52
Thank you because we need some help in Nevada
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
47:25
Felicia — what a great idea. Thank you for sharing!
Myra Adams
47:30
Good to know that the administration is shoring up our efforts
Altagracia Montilla
47:30
Important to balance what it means to invite and include families without making them unpaid labor or ask them to visit trauma without the school providing healing services
Leisan Smith
47:39
THIS!
Esther Coleman
47:39
love that, Felicia!
Maurice Dudley
47:46
Yes, we need help at Sumer High School as well.
Rachelle Broggin
48:17
Create a google form about family concerns when it comes to their students education related to racism.
Michael Gordon
48:23
We have a model that we use in Wilton, CT for engaging all stakeholders in the community. I can sharen
Tracy Kent-Gload
48:29
@Altagracia YES!!
Michael Gordon
49:05
gordonm@wiltonps.org
Altagracia Montilla
49:40
Letting families teach us
Altagracia Montilla
49:58
Also - it would be problematic if the only time we engage families is to talk about trauma i.e. race and racism
Altagracia Montilla
50:15
There should be many opportunities to engage families as experts in students’ learning process
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
50:25
[Click to Tweet]: "We can support families in terms of training on how to have conversations about race. Families are often seeking this guidance & in this way, we can engage caregivers at a different level." - Lora Clark (@MorrisSchoolHR) on today’s @PanoramaEd webinar with @MSDK12 on anti-racism https://ctt.ac/X1PfN
Altagracia Montilla
50:40
Our students and our families are more than their trauma
Caryn Curry
50:54
Yes!
Precious Fuller
51:08
Absolutely
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
51:09
My colleague Nick who’s in the chat too recently published this Comprehensive Guide to Family Engagement. Check it out here - https://www.panoramaed.com/blog/family-engagement-comprehensive-guide
Patti-Lynn Harmon
51:43
Becky, thank you for sharing your story.
Diana Levy
51:48
My experience with fishbowls is that you must prepare those listening to those in the fishbowls. This is where training/professional learning on the part of the administrators
Shawina Tims
52:27
I appreciate your story Becka, and taking the first step to acknowledge your own biases and wanted to change.
Esther Coleman
52:51
Need to understand the difference between individual acts of bias and prejudice and systemic racism. Knowing the latter is critical before we can begin to deconstruct it.
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
53:34
Love thinking about what Lora is speaking about — the power of relationships over the course of many years for students
Esther Coleman
53:52
Our systems were not built for people of color.
Caryn Curry
54:02
Great that those men want to do that. AND so important to remember that it isn't the responsibility of BIPOC to provide that support. All - white - staff must learn how to support
Maurice Dudley
54:14
we have a Culture Wall at Sumner that shows all people of color who have made a impact on American History.It also has Native, Spanish and White people on this wall.
Altagracia Montilla
55:43
Also urge us to explore how the traditional education system as we know it is inherantly racist. we gaslight students when we, talk about the presence of racism , and yet are not critically thinking about how problematic testing is, the expectation that students should code-switch, uniform policies (just to name a few)
Tracy Collie
55:45
Yes, Yes, Yes!!!!!!!!
Jason Arenas
55:51
Can you provide ideas for engaging principals and other site administrators in these conversations as many of times they are the gate jeerers of these conversations in PLCs or other collaborative models?
Jenny Cleveland
56:02
What were the 4 steps Deb (and Becky) said?Pause, Acknowledge?
Jason Arenas
56:14
*Gate Keepers
Tracy Kent-Gload
56:24
Pause Listen Acknowledge Inquire
Jenny Cleveland
56:39
Thank you!
Altagracia Montilla
57:34
Appreciate the diversity fair. And great to pair that with strategies for retaining POC. I typically offer questions like: How are we building safe spaces for POC? Why would a POC want to work here?
Esther Coleman
58:14
Everything I am hearing is important. But I am concerned that we are mostly focusing on the fish (students, staff, etc.) and not the lake (the schools) and the groundwater (the systems that make up the structural racism).
Altagracia Montilla
58:27
^ yes!
Caryn Curry
58:37
Thank you, Esther
Tracy Kent-Gload
58:44
@Esther Great analogy...Where do we start?
Jessica Dennis
59:31
@Esther Colem. I believe you are correct, but if we can reach the fish now, then it will change the lake and groundwater of the future. I do still agree that we need to try to do something about the lake and groundwater now, but the fish are a good step.
Altagracia Montilla
59:54
@tracy - I’ve had a lot of success leading PDs on dismantling white supremacy - which allows room for exploring the systems in schools that foster racist cultures https://medium.com/@altagraciamontilla/how-white-supremacy-lives-in-our-schools-e541c5b3355
Esther Coleman
01:00:02
Look into the Racial Equity Institute and/or the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond training.
Tracy Kent-Gload
01:00:37
@Altagracia Thank you so much!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:00:41
^yes!
Leisan Smith
01:01:25
How did you get the community on board with the slower processes and pressing pause? Especially families of color in a predominantly white district?
Isabel Escobar
01:01:32
yes
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:01:52
Lessons learned and looking ahead. Check out this blog post for more - [15 questions to ask to investigate and address equity in your district]https://www.panoramaed.com/blog/15-questions-to-investigate-equity
Isabel Escobar
01:02:36
Correct.
Altagracia Montilla
01:02:40
yes. Antiracism work should be shifting our ways of being… it’s not learning something and checking a box. It’s supposed to impact us at our core!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:02:42
[Click to Tweet]: "This work will not end with a pretty box with a bow on top. The work will continue. We need to make this a part of the fabric of our (education) system. It's not a box we can check-off. Erase the idea that anti-racism is just a PD." Lora Clark (@MorrisSchoolHR) of @MSDK12 https://ctt.ac/5azhf
Esther Coleman
01:04:21
Just want to add that I did not create the fish, lake and groundwater analogy. I borrowed it from the organizations I mentioned. 😊
Altagracia Montilla
01:04:23
Data is a great way to build buy-in with resistant school staff. Can’t really deny the #s. And important to remember stories are data as well. the communities have been there way before we got there and have history we need to learn from
Tracy Collie
01:04:23
There is no student SEL w/o adult SEL.
Rachelle Broggin
01:04:28
I completely agree with the last statement you said Lora!! Thank you.
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:04:28
[Click to Tweet]: "We need to keep having conversations about anti-racism and not limit those conversations to one or two times per year. The relationship piece among staff is key. Learning to ask questions, feel uncomfortable, and measure through data." Deb Engelfried on @PanoramaEd's webinar https://ctt.ac/41q4y
Liz - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:04:50
Thinking about care for our staff, I wanted to share this blog post that’s a comprehensive guide on Adult SEL - https://www.panoramaed.com/blog/comprehensive-guide-adult-sel
Altagracia Montilla
01:05:13
Yes!!! Vulnerability is one of the antidotes to white supremacy
Tracy Kent-Gload
01:05:40
MABE Maryland Association of Boards of Education "Looking Through the Equity Lens
Jason Arenas
01:05:59
Here is a framework on Systems change that has helped our agency in understanding the root of the inequities in the system https://www.fsg.org/publications/water_of_systems_change
Maurice Dudley
01:07:05
I have a large task ahead of me to maintain Equity in a mostly white school as only Black on staff. I work hard in modeling positive image daily.To filter out all negative stereotypes..
Rachelle Broggin
01:07:07
Why does society reference African American's as black which is not a culture,but a color?
Rachelle Broggin
01:07:40
Also why do we reference Caucasian as white which is a color not a culture? Just seeking to understand.
Jessica Dennis
01:07:44
@ Maurice, good for you for being so strong. I hope that one day you will not have to be.
Altagracia Montilla
01:08:18
@rachelle bc of colorism.
Margaret Dreier
01:08:18
@Michael Gordon Thank you, we would be interested in that. I will reach out to you or your district via email.
Lynette Buswell-Wible
01:08:29
Thank you all - this was important talk
Comfort Anum
01:08:51
thank you so much.
Deanna Clinger
01:09:01
Thank you everyone!
Diana Levy
01:09:01
The Boys to Men idea
Maurice Dudley
01:09:02
Thank you all on e again! This was a very uplifting topic!😃😃
jessica lewis
01:09:04
Thank you
Rachelle Broggin
01:09:07
Thanks Altagarcia. I will look into that. Thank you ladies!
Isabel Escobar
01:09:10
Thank you so much. I really enjoy being apart
Jessica Dennis
01:09:11
Thank you
Shawina Tims
01:09:14
The Boys to Men model
Myra Adams
01:09:17
thank you all so much Becky
Esther Coleman
01:09:19
Maurice - I recommend that you don't try to take it all on your shoulders. Can you form an alliance with POC in other schools or agencies?
Frank Tow
01:09:21
Thank you!
Patti-Lynn Harmon
01:09:28
Thank you!
Asheeki Elmore
01:09:28
Thank you ladies!!!
matt zawacki
01:09:29
Thank you!
Jacqueline Stephenson
01:09:29
Thank you all
Daniel Irving
01:09:31
Thank you for this incredible presentation!!!
Joy Prentice
01:09:32
Thank you from Hawaii
Leisan Smith
01:09:33
Thank you!!
Isabel Escobar
01:09:34
YAY!
Esther Coleman
01:09:37
Applause!
Evelyn Amoah
01:09:40
Thank you!
Tracy Kent-Gload
01:09:40
Thank you from Baltimore MD!!
Sharon Shirley
01:09:41
Looking forward to exploring the Equity and Inclusion Survey
Michael Gordon
01:09:41
@Margaret Dreier I left my school email gordonm@wiltonps.org
Jamie McIntyre
01:09:44
Thank you from the West Coast. Very helpful.
Diana Levy
01:09:46
Thank you so much
Sharon Shirley
01:09:49
Thank you!
Melissa Wurth
01:09:49
Takeaway - this work is about more than one PD - it is continuous and includes all. Thank you so much! :)
Tracy Collie
01:09:50
Thank you Deb and Lora! And thank you, always, to Becky for your leadership in facilitating!
Precious Fuller
01:09:58
Good job!! And thank you for the work that you do!!
Eddy McGee
01:09:58
:) Thank you
Rose Owens-West
01:09:59
thank you!
Jennifer Messina
01:10:00
Thank you
Michael Gordon
01:10:02
Thank you for an amazing session!
Shawina Tims
01:10:03
Thank you ladies, this was a wonderful session today. I am in the CCSD in Las Vegas, NV
Raeanna Ellis
01:10:04
Thank you
Jason Arenas
01:10:05
Thank you all for this powerful conversation!
Anne Baffert
01:10:08
Excellent Q&A! I will be sharing it with my peers!
Melissa Bertsch
01:10:10
Make sure that every time a group meets that we intentionally state the focus on equity in all we do.
Maurice Dudley
01:10:15
Thank you Becky!
Tracy Collie
01:10:22
Please let it be Boyz II Men......
Judy Brady
01:10:22
Hi everyone. Judy Brady from the Virgin Islands.
Sholanda Smith
01:10:27
Thank you!
Christine Bradfield
01:10:33
Thank you!
Marcia Brooks
01:10:33
Thank You!
Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:10:36
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Nick - Panorama's Community Workshops
01:10:41
Thank you all for joining today’s session!
Mindy Udall
01:10:46
Thank you I truly enjoyed the robust conversation, comments, and Becky your moderating was amazing!