Mid-State Conference Presentation: Leading the School Where ALL Students Succeed!
Cultural Proficiency for School Leaders 2023 ACSA Every Child Counts
PowerPoint Presentation - Leading the School Where ALL Students Succeed
1. Setting the Stage Handout
2. Name Five Things handout
3. Cultural Proficiency book handout
4. The Cultural Proficiency Continuum handout
5. DILTs handout
6. SCARF Handout
7. Time for Change handout
8. SPOT Analysis
9. USED Strategy Development
10. Five Whys Handout
11. Committing to Action
12. 21CSLA Postcard WITH MAP 7x510
The purpose of 21CSLA is to support educational leaders - teacher leaders, site leaders, and district leaders - in order to improve campus culture and climate, create more equitable learning environments, and ultimately boost student success.
The 21CSLA Program is designed to develop a new generation of leaders who are committed to equitable leadership and a school-wide vision to serve ALL students.
Leaders for equity transform education to improve access, opportunity, and inclusion, for students and adults, especially those who are systematically marginalized and historically underserved, so that they can thrive.
All services are free to participants.
Geo-Regional Partner Contacts
Mid-State Regional Academy: Lori Hamada
Inyo COE - Ilissa Twomey
Kings COE - LaVonne Chastain
Madera CSOS - Kirk Delmas
Mariposa COE - Lydia Lower
Merced COE - Michelle Symes
Mono COE - Tammy Nguyen
Monterey COE - Dr. Roberto Nunez
San Benito COE - Keith Thorbahn
Santa Cruz COE - Debi Bodenheimer
Stanislaus COE - Christine Sisco
Tulare COE - Martin Frolli
Mid-State Regional Academy Staff
Madera County Superintendent of Schools
Director, Leadership Development and Special Programs
Program Director, Leadership Development and Equity Support
Specialist, Early Learning Programs
Program Director, Elementary Education: P-3 Emphasis
For questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
LOCALIZED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Participants in the 21CSLA Localized Professional Learning offerings will have access to an equity-focused menu of opportunities that will support your efforts toward continuous improvement.
COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE
Communities of Practice are cohorts of job-alike leaders who share a similar Problem-of-Practice and a desire to systematically address this problem through a continuous improvement framework alongside regional thought partners. Communities will meet periodically throughout the school year with the support of facilitators. School and district leaders are encouraged to participate as teams to maximize LEA capacity building.
21CSLA provides individual coaching for leaders – teacher leaders, site leaders, and district leaders – interested in professional growth through the lens of equity and continuous improvement. 21CSLA coaches are current and retired leaders with extensive knowledge of leadership practices.
Previous 21CSLA Offerings
Information on Localized Professional Learning offerings and Community of Practice Cohorts offered from 2021-2022.