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Tuesday, March 26 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Equity by Design: Designing Ideal Schools

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What is the role of equity, history, and power in community-centered school development? How might we design more equitable communities and systems through the lens of personal and organizational humility-building? In this interactive introductory workshop, participants will learn about award-winning Equity-Centered Community Design strategies to examine how their own identities shape design and decision-making, practice collaboratively co-designing more inclusive and equitable education communities, and begin to develop the foundation for becoming the equity leader of today and tomorrow. Also, participants will explore the reality that systems produce what they are designed to produce, and that we can and must redesign for equity.

Participants will leave with an understanding of the Equity-Centered Community Design process, the importance of language setting in designing a community-centered school, and techniques of understanding and acknowledging personal identities and power dynamics in a school environment.

Speakers
avatar for Antionette Carroll

Antionette Carroll

President and CEO (Founder), Creative Reaction Lab
Antionette D. Carroll is the Founder and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, a nonprofit social enterprise designing healthy and racially equitable communities for Black and Latinx populations through education and training programs, community engagement consulting, an online national platform... Read More →
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Hilary Sedovic

Learning & Education Manager, Creative Reaction Lab
Hilary Sedovic is a social work professional specialized in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs that promote equitable community outcomes through systems change. She earned a graduate degree focused on management and social entrepreneurship from the Brown School at... Read More →



Tuesday March 26, 2019 10:45am - 12:00pm EDT
Room 204

Attendees (6)