Monday, October 17, 2022 12pm
About this Event
Mon., Oct. 17, 2022, 12 – 1 p.m.
In this practitioner-focused and action-oriented work, Jennifer Perry Cheatham, Ed.D.'10, Rodney Thomas, and Adam Parrott-Sheffer, Ed.M.'09, Ed.L.D.'20, consolidate their extensive experience centering equity in leadership. They affirm that the entry of a new leader, or the pivot of an established one, affords an unparalleled opportunity to garner the insight, trust, and commitment that will establish a basis for positive, equitable transformation within a system.
This essential work provides a flexible framework for leadership entry that is customized to fit the complex social, political, and economic demands of a given organization and the community it serves. It highlights how such an approach prepares leaders to begin addressing one of the most entrenched and persistent issues in education: structural and systemic racism.
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Gazette Classification: Diversity and Inclusion, Education, Special Events
Organization/Sponsor: Harvard Graduate School of Education - Gutman Library
Speaker(s): Jennifer Perry Cheatham, Ed.D.'10, Rodney Thomas, Adam Parrott-Sheffer, Ed.M.'09, Ed.L.D.'20
Harvard Key Required: No
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