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The hottest topic in education today is equity. At its core, equity means "meeting youngsters where they are, as they are." In his latest book, The Equity & Social Justice Education 50, Principal Kafele argues that this requires a teacher who possesses an equity mindset. If
equity is all about meeting the individual needs of all of the learners in the classroom, he asserts, then equity can’t solely be something that you do. It must, emphatically, be who you are. Join him for a robust discussion of his latest book and the importance of the equity mindset.

About the presenter

Principal Kafele has led the turnaround of four N.J. urban schools, including Newark Tech, which transformed from a low-performing school in need of improvement into one of national recognition and named one of America's best high schools by U.S. News and World Report.  

A school-leadership expert, Kafele is the recipient of more than 150 educational, professional, and community awards, including the Milken National Educator Award and the National Alliance of Black School Educators Hall of Fame Award. He is the author of 12 books, including The Aspiring Principal 50, and six ASCD best sellers—Is My School a Better School BECAUSE I Lead It?, The Teacher 50, The Principal 50, Closing the Attitude Gap, and Motivating Black Males to Achieve in School & in Life

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The Equity and Social Justice Education 50: Critical Questions for Improving Opportunities and Outcomes for Black Students

How do you ensure that no student is invisible in your classroom? How do you make the distinction between equity as the vehicle versus equity as the goal for each of your students? What measures do you take to ensure that you are growing as a culturally relevant practitioner? Can your students, particularly your Black students, articulate, beyond emotional reactions, the injustices that surround them?

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