Category Archives: Resources & Publications

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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A Safe Place to Talk About Race

We are excited to share a brilliant new resource on racial healing: A Safe Place to Talk about Race – 10 Thought-Provoking Interviews by Sharon E. Davis. The book is a collection of interviews from Davis’ radio show on VoiceAmerica. We are particularly … Continue reading

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Our 2011 Annual Report

I am happy to announce that our 2011 Annual Report is hot off the presses and ready to share.  It’s available for download from our website at This year’s report features stories and interviews from our work with leaders from … Continue reading

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Central Office Transformation

How do you transform a central office to better serve the schools in a district and foster excellence and equity in teaching and learning district-wide? Professor Meredith Honig at the University of Washington has done a lot of research on … Continue reading

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Coaches Root Out Deep Bias

The National Equity Project coaching model is featured in this month’s Journal of Staff Development.  Download the article, “Coaches root out deep bias,” by Valerie von Frank at Victor Cary, Senior Director and Tom Malarkey, Impact 2012 Program Manager/Senior … Continue reading

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