PoCC Master Class

Pre-registration is required for the PoCC Master Class.

Introduction to Street Data: Avoiding Equity Traps and Tropes

Friday, December 3, 1:30–3:30 PM  ET
Presenter: Jamila Dugan, author, leadership coach, and researcher

Cost (pre-registration required): 
  • Early Bird Pricing (ends 11/1/21): $65 for Members; $85 for Non-Members
  • Standard Pricing (11/2/21-12/3/21): $80 for Members; $105 for Non-Members
Jamila DuganJoin fellow diversity professionals and other change agents for this dynamic Master Class as Dr. Jamila Dugan sets the stage for working toward equity with “street data” and prepares us to recognize and avoid the traps and tropes that run counter to just intent and the actions that advance it.
Working toward equity is a journey, not a destination. Too often, however, our current school reform and transformation approaches treat equity as a task to be checked off a list. Educators are looking for ways to disrupt traditional change models and ensure that students at the margins actually get what they need. Dugan, co-author (with Shane Safir) of Street Data: A Next-Generation Model for Equity, Pedagogy, and School Transformation, describes “street data” as the qualitative and experiential data that helps fundamentally alter our approach to systems change. It embodies an ethos and a change methodology that transforms how we analyze, diagnose, and assess everything from individual student learning plans to policies and practices that affect the entire school community. Street data also provides a pathway for climbing out of 10 seductive “equity traps and tropes” profiled by Dugan in an article in the March issue of ASCD's magazine Educational Leadership.

Sponsored by The Wells Collective 
The Wells Collective