A podcast for members of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards and others about a wide range of educational issues they consider as elected officials.
This episode focuses on educational equity. It begins with an overview of the issue from Wisconsin Association of School Boards consultants Louise Blankenheim and Dan Nerad. They also talk about specific ways that boards and districts can create more equitable schools.
Starting at 18:25, we talk to Pa Lee Moua, who is diversity, equity and inclusion officer for Appleton Area School District. We talk about her own story as a refugee and how it affects her ability to communicate with students and community members.
To see the equity statement we discuss and read the 15 questions for school boards about equity and racial justice, visit our site: https://www.wasb.org/about-wasb/regionsdirectors/wasb-equity-statement/
A recording of the July 30 webinar we talk about is here: https://youtu.be/ZFwGxBsQRbw
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