Theory of Action
Progress & Accomplishments
African-American Male Empowerment
Instruments of Inspiration: Why it's Important to Bring Racial Equity to Our Schools
EQUITY & ACCESS: September-October 2020 Teacher Toolkit
Memphis Shelby County Schools’ Logic Model for Educational Equity
Tennessee Leaders for Equity Playbook
SCS Equity & Access Office releases research in ASCD on Decolonizing Reading Instruction for Black Boys
Students should analyze the Preamble and First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and draw logical inferences. Students must support their interpretation by citing relevant textual evidence.
Student should analyze meaning and tone in literature, which includes allusions to other texts.
. (Text needed: “I Hear America Singing” by Walt Whitman & “I, Too, Sing America” by Langston Hughes)
Key Terms and Concepts around Racial Equity in Public Schooling
Understanding Implicit Bias
Helping Students of Color to Meet High Standards
An African-American and Latinx History of the United States
Principals, if you don’t include questions about race, class, and privilege during your interviews, you are failing.
Everyday Emancipatory Teaching
THEORY OF ACTION
AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALE EMPOWERMENT