The Color of Law explores how segregation in America is the byproduct of explicit government policies at the local, state and federal levels. The book was designated one of ten finalists for the 2017 National Book Awards. This community event includes a discussion by the author Richard Rothstein followed by Q&A and book signing.
A workshop for digging into NGSS intended for TK-8 teachers, Instructional Coaches, Intervention Teachers.
Marin County Office of Education is partnering with Stanford University to offer a National Board Certification cohort locally. Please share the attached flyer about the informational meeting in May with interested teachers on your team. Feel free to contact Beth Kradepohl firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to RSVP to the attached invitation.
The final seminar in this Professional Development Series for 2017-18 will focus on Selective Mutism.
Part 3 of this three-part series - Creating an Elementary Principal Cohort to explore together:
- Using the Dashboard and other forms of data
- Analyzing classroom observations
- Formative Assessment
Call 415-499-5870 to register.
This intensive, two-day seminar is designed to challenge participants who have successfully completed Beyond Diversity I. Beyond Diversity II participants must be grounded and practiced in utilizing the Agreements, Conditions, and Compass. To register or if you have questions, call 415-499-5870.
Courageous Conversations Beyond Diversity I and Culturally Relevant Instruction. Educators explore and examine impact of race on student achievement and the role it plays in our classroom. The third day extends learning from Cultural Relevant Instructional practices.