Estimated Time to Complete: 1 1/2 hours

April 25

Presenter: Dr. Sierra Austin-King

Compassion is the foundation for many of education’s most revered diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) frameworks, theories and approaches. At a time when identity and DEIB are constantly contested, radical compassion is a necessary growth mindset and philosophy through which to approach teaching and learning, relationship build

During this session, we will interrogate some of the the origins of inequity in the public education system, explore national data trends related to DEIB and student achievement, discuss the dangers of negative physiological bodily responses to experiences of exclusion, as well as highlight restorative strategies to build cultures of compassion.

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