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Implementing District and School Policies and Practices to Support Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
This webinar explored how a school and district have approached the challenge of implementing culturally responsive practice. It elaborated on programs, policies, and practices that were implemented to support efforts to achieve equity and use culturally responsive pedagogy. It will also discuss core implementation considerations and challenges that may need to be addressed.
This was the third webinar in a four-part series that reviews culturally responsive practices as a strategy for improving education outcomes. The series covered (1) understanding educational equity, defining culturally responsive pedagogy, and describing how culturally responsive pedagogy can be embedded in broader efforts; (2) research on culturally responsive pedagogy and how to implement it; (3) district and school policies that support culturally responsive pedagogy; and (4) initiatives to implement culturally responsive pedagogy in pre-service training programs for teachers and administrators.
Amy Johnson, senior fellow, REL Mid-Atlantic at Mathematica
Steven Malick, research analyst, REL Mid-Atlantic at Mathematica
George Guy, Jr., principal, Rosa International Middle School in Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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