Conference

 

RIDES Project 3rd Annual Conference 2020, 

Beyond Desegregation: Promising Practices for Diverse and Equitable Schools 

will take place 

Virtually Fall 2020 

To sign up for more information please click  here

 

Moving Beyond Desegregation 2018: Des Moines Public Schools

In this session, Gilmara Vila Nova Mitchell and Matthew Smith share Des Moines Public School’s journey to create a system in which all students have great access to a quality education. They share the challenges they've face, and the lessons they've learned along the way.

Moving Beyond Desegregation: Panorama Education

How can educators collect accurate and reliable feedback from students about their in-school experiences of diversity, equity, and inclusion? In this session, representatives from Panorama Education discussed the challenges of collecting such feedback and shared a new set of survey measures designed by RIDES and Panorama Education.

Moving Beyond Desegregation: The Education Trust

How can educators collect accurate and reliable feedback from students about their in-school experiences of diversity, equity, and inclusion? In this session, representatives from Panorama Education discussed the challenges of collecting such feedback and shared a new set of survey measures designed by RIDES and Panorama Education.

Moving Beyond Desegregation: West High School, Iowa City

At the RIDES 2018 Moving Beyond Desegregation conference, school leaders from West High School in Iowa City talk about how they are employing instructional rounds to make their school, already racially diverse, more equitable.

Moving Beyond Desegregation 2018: Valor Collegiate Academies

Leaders from Valor Collegiate, a charter management organization that runs intentionally racially diverse schools, present at the 2018 RIDES conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Moving Beyond Desegregation 2018: Boston Public Schools Office of Equity

Officials from the BPS Office of Equity speak about their work at the RIDES's 2018 Moving Beyond Desegregation conference at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Moving Beyond Desegregation 2018: Race and Revolution with Katie Fuller

At the RIDES 2018 conference, "Moving Beyond Desegregation," curator Katie Fuller presented on "Race and Revolution: Still Separate - Still Unequal," a traveling art exhibit that aims to teach students about school segregation. You can find out more about Katie's work, the exhibit, and corresponding curricular materials here: http://www.racerevolution.org

 

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