Transform Education for Black Lives:
Turning Knowledge into Action from Diapers to Diplomas
Friday, September 10, 2021⠀|⠀9 a.m. - Noon PDT
It’s not enough to talk about it. It’s time to act.
Join the Los Angeles Education Partnership and innovative educational leaders for a dynamic panel discussion and breakout sessions to answer the crucial question, “How can I become an agent of change in dismantling systems of racial inequity for Black students and families in the early ed and K-12 world?” School leaders, early childhood administrators, and systems change practitioners nationwide will learn how to strengthen equity practices and remove barriers to foster communities that honor the voices of BIPOC students, parents, and staff.
Let’s build this critical capacity together!
You won't want to miss hearing from these educational leaders.
Jeff Duncan-Andrade, Ph.D.
Professor of Latina/o Studies and Race and Resistance Studies San Francisco State University
Sharroky Hollie, Ph.D.
Executive Director The Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning
About Los Angeles Education Partnership
Los Angeles Education Partnership (LAEP) is a nonprofit organization that advances educational equity. Together with families, schools, and the community, LAEP facilitates access to and opportunities for quality education and wellness practices so that children thrive from diapers to diplomas. Founded in 1984, LAEP was the first nonprofit in Los Angeles to focus exclusively on educational equity and among those at the forefront of the educational transformation movement nationwide.