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Monday, May 11, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell

Here’s your opportunity to hear more from founders Benjie Howard and Wade Antonio Colwell about YES!, a sustainable, creative facilitation process for youth that enables them to enthusiastically engage in their own learning and advocate for culturally responsive learning environments. YES! is rooted in arts-based methods that aim to bring the youth perspective, vision, creativity, and passion to the forefront of policy and progress for a twenty-first century school system. Benjie and Wade will demonstrate how YES! amplifies student voice and supports young people in understanding their personal journey and social accountability through a critical social justice lens that creates a living example of commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.


Collective Equity

Monday, March 14, 2022 - 3:30pm

Presented by Sonja Hollins-Alexander and Nicole Law

Collective Equity is the catalyst for transforming learning environments into equitable spaces for increasing engagement, accelerating achievement, and enhancing belongingness and self-efficacy for all students. The Collective leverages relational trust where all members can individually and collectively show up in the fullness of who they are. When the Collective Equity Framework is implemented, the learning community is strengthened through a laser-like focus on increasing the knowledge, attitudes, skills, and stamina of educators in order to implement culturally fortifying practices that are visible.


 Collective Equity Institute

When we create a learning community that works together through a collectivist lens of shared accountability with a focus on equity; we begin to see how educators convene around high expectations for learning across all dimensions of identities. Such learning communities are empowered to explore how their collaborative actions and decisions propel learning forward. At this institute, we'll learn culturally fortifying practices for transforming learning communities into equitable spaces for all.

Zoom | Nov 03, 2022

$199 per person (registration includes digital copy of Collective Equity)


Be Equity Warriors

Monday, May 16, 2022 - 3:30pm

Presented by George S. Perry, Jr. and Joan Richardson

What actions can we take now to advance equity and raise the achievement of every student? Equity Warrior authors George S. Perry Jr. and Joan Richardson crack the codes to advancing equity from three decades of leading equity work across the country.


Gary Howard

Monday, November 7, 2016 - 3:30pm

Presented by Gary Howard

The past two decades of school reform efforts have not gone far enough in eliminating educational inequities based on race, poverty, and other dimensions of difference. Gary Howard’s Deep Equity process provides school districts and educators with proven strategies for creating real change; one teacher, one classroom, one school at a time. In this webinar Gary will share core elements of this work and highlight key features of his award-winning new book from Corwin: We Can’t Lead Where We Won’t Go: An Educator’s Guide to Equity.


Reimagining "Classroom Management" for Equity

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 3:30pm

Presented by H. Richard Milner IV

Hear firsthand from Richard Milner what classroom learning could be if we strive for more culturally responsive and equitable environments—environments that are safe, affirming, learner-centered, intellectually challenging, and engaging. Explore six ways to reimagine “classroom management” and to preempt last-resort punishment practices—practices like office referrals, suspension, and expulsion, which largely “exclude” students of color and those who may live below the poverty line. A must-attend for teachers and school leaders working with diverse student populations!


Launching and Sustaining Powerful Equity Work

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 - 1:00pm

Presented by Dr. Trudy T. Arriaga, Benjie Howard, Grant Twyman

We are in the midst of a triple pandemic: COVID-19, inequities exposed through distance learning, and increased urgency around racial justice. Educational leaders are called to serve the needs of our most vulnerable and marginalized students and families, and at the same time we are obligated to navigate invigorated pushback and misinformation regarding equity, inclusion, and excellence in public education. This webinar provides strategies for growing an expansive consensus among teachers, parents, building leaders, school boards, community leaders, students and local media — a consensus that empowers courageous, long-term equity work. The webinar will be led by Corwin Deep Equity experts and superintendents and EDI professionals.


Where Equity Fits In to PLC+

Monday, March 23, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey

Equity lies at the heart of what we strive to achieve in schools. But equity cannot be accomplished without action. Professional learning communities can be engines for action, but only if they are intentionally attuned to issues of equity. Join Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey in this webinar focused on the PLC+ structure’s cross-cutting value of equity, which marries concept with action to change the trajectory of student learning.


Leading MTSS for Equity and Inclusion

Monday, December 7, 2020 - 3:30pm

Presented by Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan, John E. Hannigan, Amy McCart & Dawn Miller

A multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) provides a framework for delivering equitable outcomes for all, but it can be difficult to design a system that serves the whole child while scaling equitable practices system-wide. In this interactive webinar, authors Jessica Hannigan, John Hannigan, Amy McCart and Dawn Miller discuss an interactive process for understanding and implementing effective and equitable MTSS in your school or district.


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Monday, September 25, 2017 - 3:30pm

Presented by Trudy Arriaga

Do you have the will and the vision to ensure that your actions reflect the stated values of the organization? This webinar will present opportunities to transform from unintentionally participating in practices that marginalize students and their communities to being committed to making the education of all students a common priority. Presented by Trudy Arriaga, superintendent of a highly diverse school district and author of Opening Doors: An Implementation Template for Cultural Proficiency, this webinar will help you gain the knowledge and skills for applying the core values of cultural proficiency in daily practice.



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