Category Archives: Leadership

Equity Leadership in Novato, CA

For several years now, Novato Unified School District has embarked on a journey towards equity in education in their community.  This journey began with developing equity consciousness and awareness amongst leaders so that they could look at their school system, … Continue reading

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Remember: There Is No Apolitical Classroom

As thousands of young people return to school, remember there is no apolitical classroom. Telling the truth is not changing history – it’s what will prevent us from repeating it. Click on the following link for tools and ideas to … Continue reading

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Leading for Equity in Battle Creek, MI

We are so proud and inspired by our colleagues in Battle Creek, Michigan. NEP has supported the Battle Creek Vision for the past year as they have worked to take renewed action around creating equitable opportunities for all students in their community. This … Continue reading

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Partner Blog: The Impact of NEP

We are humbled by this glowing and affirming piece on one leader’s experience of our work, published Next Gen Learning Challenges. Thank you, Next Gen, Greg Klein, and Sarah Luchs! Leading and Designing for Equity in Oakland Sarah Luchs August 18th, … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Day

Every year we celebrate Martin Luther King Day as a reminder of the power of collective leadership to transform inequity. Today it feels more important than ever that we move the dial on racial equity in our country.  There is … Continue reading

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Where To Start When Your Team Gets Stuck

Leaders I’ve worked with often express frustration when they feel clear about the equity work they are addressing, clear with others about where the group needs to go – but somehow the group gets stuck. Some members seem resistant, some aren’t … Continue reading

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The Courageous Pause: Reflections on Leading for Equity

Last month we gathered teams of educators from around the country to participate in the 12th annual Leading for Equity Institute (LFE), and we are preparing to host another sold-out Institute next week. LFE is a three-day residential retreat held in … Continue reading

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