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Equity Talks Season 2 | 2020-21 - Shared screen with gallery view
Amy Davis
50:45
Welcome to Equity Talks! We will begin the session in a moment. In the meantime, please introduce yourself in the chatroom and let us know where you’re joining us from!
Amy Davis
51:15
Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” from the dropdown in the chatroom so that everyone can see your questions and comments.
Camille Masutomi
52:14
Aloha. I’m Camille Masutomi with the Hawaii State Department of Education.
Amy Davis
52:24
Welcome, Camille!
Dr. Jaime Aquino, SVP, Discovery Education
53:00
Welcome to Equity Talks! We will begin the session in a moment. In the meantime, please introduce yourself in the chatroom and let us know where you’re joining us from!Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” from the dropdown in the chatroom so that everyone can see your questions and comments.
Martha Kenney
54:56
Hello! Martha from Raleigh N.C.
Dr. Luvelle Brown
56:41
Hello Everyone! Luvelle Brown, Superintendent, Ithaca NY
Amy Davis
57:53
Welcome all! Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” from the dropdown in the chatroom so that everyone can see your questions and comments.
Melinda Higgins
58:42
Hello everyone—Melinda Higgins here, supporting the Office of Nuclear Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington, DC.
Susan Aplin
59:48
Susan Aplin, Digital Ingtegration Specialist, South Carolina
Lori Katz
01:00:24
Lori Katz, Director of Secondary Education, Greenfield-Central Schools, Indiana
Courtney Friedman
01:00:55
Courtney Friedman, Beginning & Lower School Librarian and Technology Integrationist, The Meadows School, Las Vegas, NV
Sarah Johangiry
01:01:03
Happy Women’s History Month!
rquinn
01:02:01
Randy Quinn, Assistant Principal, Baltimore County Public Schools
Marilyn King
01:02:03
Hello! Marilyn King, Deputy Supt. Bozeman Public Schools
Gwynne Rife
01:02:16
Hello! Gwynne from Findlay Ohio glad to be here!
Sonia Dhawan
01:02:48
Hello - Sonia Dhawan, Office of Equity at Baltimore City Public Schools
Michelle Seidner
01:02:56
Michelle Seidner, Lead Elementary Special Education Consulting Teacher, Topeka Public Schools, Topeka, Kansas
Victoria Brioc
01:02:58
Greetings from Fort Mill, SC!
Sandra Soto
01:03:03
Hello!! Sandra Soto IWC Student and Family Advisor, Las Cruces, New Mexico
Dr. Jaime Aquino, SVP, Discovery Education
01:12:26
Please post your comments and questions for our panelist.
Michael Jover
01:19:43
What are you doing (maybe everyone can share their actions) to support communities with higher diversity; and how are you levelling the playing field when it comes to students who face more hardship?
Ka'ohinani Daniels
01:21:39
Aloha mai! Ka’ohinani Daniels, Assistant to the President at Lili’uokalani Trust, Hawai’i.
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
01:34:53
So important, Dr. Wright. Be intentional and mentor. Critical components to creating diverse environments.
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
01:36:51
Equity doesn’t happen by acci
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
01:37:27
Equity doesn’t happen by accident. So true. Inequity doesn’t happen by accident either.
william bates
01:43:02
Dr. Hightower, I am a fellow Treasure Hunter! Can you talk about how the tenets of Kids At Hope align to believing in all kids and inspire them to reach for the stars not matter what their background is? The power of the adult-student relationship? Especially for girls of color?
Emily Kavanagh
01:44:34
My school is a Kids at Hope School
william bates
01:46:03
Wonderful. I am the former Herndon High School VA principal. Hello Emily (fellow Treasure Hunter). Full Hope Ahead!
Victoria Brioc
01:49:37
Totally agree Dr Wright, its so important to give teachers the opportunity to see and reflect on their practices in the classroom and the messages they are sending to all of their students - both good and bad!
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
01:51:37
Powerful words from Shirley Chisholm. I can’t wait until we can not only bring a folding chair to the table but to make our own tables. Amazing that you knew her!
Kelly Hoce
01:52:22
Love that—bring your folding chair or build a bigger table! Thanks to each of you for your incredible leadership!
Keishla Ceaser-Jones
01:54:57
No time to wait! Show up! Love it!
Cora Scott
01:56:33
Thank you for your leadership! Thank you for advocating for equity!
Dr. Luvelle Brown
01:56:45
This was outstanding. Thanks for your leadership
Wanda--BCMS
01:57:10
Thank you ladies for pouring into us with so much heart and insight!
Victoria Brioc
01:57:44
Thank you all; keep inspiring us all to bring in our folding chairs!
David Mitchell
01:58:04
I wrote down so many notes! Great job. I loved hearing Dr. Hightower say “I’m an ordinary woman who will do extraordinary things!” Such a powerful statement! Thank you speakers!
Michael Jover
01:58:20
Continue to share all your wisdom on all platforms, it’s powerful
Sandra Soto
01:58:36
Thank you!!!
Ka'ohinani Daniels
01:58:41
Mahalo nui loa, thank you very much. This was very informative and inspiring!
Dr. Jaime Aquino, SVP, Discovery Education
01:58:53
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Emily Kavanagh
01:59:02
Thanks
Camille Masutomi
01:59:49
Mahalo for your sharing. Very inspirational!
Dr. Lupita Hightower, Superintendent, Tolleson Elementary AZ
02:00:07
Thank you for attending and for your feedback.
Amy Davis
02:00:16
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Amy Davis
02:00:30
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