A Guide for Creating Systemwide Change in Schools
Make equity the norm in your school or district. Evident Equity provides a comprehensive method that leaders can use to integrate equitable practices into every facet of their school communities and offers real-life examples at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
Make equity the norm in your school or district. Evident Equity provides a comprehensive method that leaders can use to integrate equitable practices into every facet of their school communities. Each chapter covers a different aspect of equitable leadership, from organizing staff to staying strong in the face of adversity, and offers real-life examples at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
- Understand the role that leadership plays in maintaining equitable school practices.
- Learn how to use coalitions to enable equity work.
- Explore equity from the top down, including at the district, school, and classroom levels.
- Examine ways to embed equity into the everyday practice of schools, making it the expectation.
- Discover how to stand firm in equitable practices, even in the face of resistance.
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“Evident Equity is a gift for all school leaders who care about equity. It demystifies the process of determining where to start, how to engage your teams, how to anticipate pushback, and what equity can and should actually look like in a school district or school building. Dr. Mascareñaz provides us with tons of actionable tools that are accessible and can be used immediately. Strategies are broken into bite-sized chunks and are backed up with authentic examples of practice. I wish that this book was available a long time ago, but lucky for us, it is here now. It is an incredible resource.”
“This book goes beyond providing merely lip service for this important concept. Equity-driven school leaders who read it will have skills and dispositions that ensure each student, particularly those furthest from justice, is prepared for a limitless future. What could be more important than that?”