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UCPsups2018

Superintendents have a vital role to play in leading for equity in schools.  An important first step in any equity endeavor is self-exploration or “inside out” work.  Given the complexity of the superintendent’s role, this 2-day session is designed specifically for superintendents.

Participants will…

  • Become familiar with the principles, elements, and tools of CP.

  • Engage in self-exploration and reflection of personal attitudes, beliefs, and assumptions regarding diversity and equity.

  • Increase understanding of the historical context of inequality in schools.

  • Begin to internalize and value CP as an approach to leading and managing the dynamics of diversity.

  • See the relationship between the CP approach and our work to increase student achievement.

  • Begin to apply the CP approach to building and organizational planning, practice, and policy-making

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Dates: 8:30-3:30
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Status: 29 open seats left
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DeepDive2018
Cultural proficiency and equity are sensitive and complex subjects, and depth of content
knowledge and skillful facilitation are essential. For those who have already completed the
3 day courses “Culturally Proficient Leadership” or “Unpacking Cultural Proficiency” (or similar
coursework), we are offering this 3 day “Deep Dive” into the subject. Participants in Deep Dive will
develop advanced knowledge and skills in equity/anti-bias content, difficult conversations, and action
planning for next steps in your school.




Curriculum Content:



The Deep Dive class will include skills and concepts such as:
  • Understanding and application of the cultural proficiency model and the barriers to cultural proficiency - lack of awareness, oppression, and privilege (Lindsey, et al) 
  • Additional content regarding equity and cultural proficiency in schools 
  • Techniques to skillfully conduct and process equity activities and conversations (i.e. difficult conversations, managing resistance, etc). 
  • Self-reflection regarding personal experiences, biases, assumptions, etc.


    Morning Coffee and Lunch Included
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Starts: 11/1/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions: 3
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Status: 25 open seats left
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FALL2018UCP

This is a 3-Day Introductory Course. This course aligns with Standards II & III of the Massachusetts Framework for Educator Evaluation.

Learning Objectives: Participants will bridge multiple perspectives and apply a cultural proficiency (CP) framework to increase the quality of education and achievement for all students.



Learners will:

  • Become familiar with the principles, elements, and tools of CP.

  • Engage in self-exploration and reflection of personal attitudes, beliefs, and assumptions regarding diversity and equity.

  • Increase understanding of the historical context of inequality in schools.

  • Begin to internalize and value CP as an approach to leading and managing the dynamics of diversity.

  • See the relationship between the CP approach and our work to increase student achievement.

  • Begin to apply the CP approach to building and organizational planning, practice, and policy-making



    Morning Coffee and Lunch Included
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Starts: 11/2/2018 8:30 AM
Sessions: 3
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Status: 34 open seats left
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