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Webinar: Case Studies to Support Equity-Centered Leadership Development and Coaching

Event Type
Other
Sponsor
Office of Community College Research and Leadership in the College of Education
Virtual
Date
Jul 8, 2020   11:00 am  
Registration
Registration
Contact
Raina Dyer-Barr
E-Mail
rdyer@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
Office of Community College Research and Leadership

This webinar features an overview of three case studies of community colleges that have taken intentional, explicit, and holistic steps to advance equity in access and student success. Achieving the Dream and the Aspen Institute will introduce case studies and share common findings and implications from the field. These case studies will be made publicly available following the webinar.

 

Presenters:

 

Richard Kazis, Consultant and Case-study Author
Carol Lincoln, Senior Vice President of Achieving the Dream
Susan Mayer, Chief Learning Officer and Leadership Coach of Achieving the Dream
Keith Witham, Ph.D., Managing Director of the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program

 

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More info:

Under the Office of Community College Research and Leadership’s (OCCRL) Equity Conscious Community College Pathways (EC3P) project, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), targeted grants were awarded from the Pathways Collaborative Equity Partners Fund to Pathways Collaborative member organizations. Three organizations received one-year, $50,000 awards to support testing of interventions, programs, practices, or strategies to improve or promote equity-centered and culturally responsive initiatives. OCCRL is excited to announce the Pathways Collaborative Equity Partners Fund Webinar Series, in which award recipients will detail and discuss their individual projects, findings, outcomes, and the overall potential impact of their work toward equity-centered practices and/or policies. Registration is now open for all of the webinars in the series! All webinars will begin at 11 a.m. Central Standard Time.

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