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Equity Talks Season 2 | 2020-21 - Shared screen with gallery view
Amy Davis
41:52
Welcome to Equity Talks! Thank you for joining us and our panelists today for this authentic conversation. We will begin in a moment but in the mean time please say. Hello and introduce yourself in the chat room. Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” so that everyone can see your comments. Welcome!
Jhone Ebert, Nevada State Superintendent
43:15
Good Afternoon! Happy to be here with all of you. Jhone
Jimmy Neitzel
43:41
Howdy, from Austin, TX! Welcome to Equity Talks; we're glad you are here!
ECASD_Heather (she/her)
44:02
Hello from Eau Claire, Wisconsin!
Amanda Ensor
44:25
Good Afternoon from Maryland's Eastern Shore!
Jhone Ebert, Nevada State Superintendent
44:54
Amanda, What's the temp on the Eastern Shore?
Damaris Garrett
44:55
Greetings from Clayton County (metro Atlanta), Georgia!! Looking forward to the dialogue :-)
Amy Davis
45:01
Welcome to Equity Talks! We will begin in a moment but in the mean time please say. Hello and introduce yourself in the chat room. Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” so that everyone can see your comments. Welcome!
PhilWiken
45:24
Owatonna, MN
Deatrice Johnson
45:56
Springfield, MA
Amanda Ensor
46:17
Jhone, it's chilly, but sunny.
Devon Bratton
46:24
Los Angeles, CA
Jhone Ebert, Nevada State Superintendent
46:27
Regent Mittler!!! So good to "see" you!
Anna-Marie Booth
46:27
San Francisco - Alliance of Black School Educators
Howard Baron - he/him
46:40
Bloomfield Hills, MI. outside of Detroit, MI.
S. Ciarelli
46:44
New City, NY
Camille Masutomi
46:47
Aloha Camille Masutomi, Hawaii
Anna-Marie Booth
46:52
Must leave at 12:30
LeAnn Morris, Ph.D., CETL
46:53
Good Afternoon from Carson City, NV!
Anna-Marie Booth
47:30
CDC announcement today - no masking required if vaccinated indoors and out
Amy Davis
47:53
Thank you for joining us and introducing yourselves! Please select “All Panelists and Attendees” so that everyone can see your comments. Welcome!
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
48:21
Hello from Ithaca New York. Hello Jhone Ebert :) from Regent Mittler.
Emily Kavanagh
48:33
Hello from Columbia, MD. Grade 6-8 Special education Math Teacher
Nina Sclafani
48:38
Hello from Long Island, NY!
LeAnn Morris, Ph.D., CETL
48:57
Hello Superintendent Ebert!
Dan Villescas
49:53
Hello from Mt. Vernon, WA
Deatrice Johnson
49:54
Hello. I am Deatrice Johnson, District Math Supervisor from Springfield, MA
Jhone Ebert, Nevada State Superintendent
50:04
LeAnn, Great to see you.
Jhone Ebert, Nevada State Superintendent
50:16
Thank you all of being here.
Karen Connor
50:57
Hello from Ann Arbor, Michigan - Land of the Potawatomi people
LeAnn Morris, Ph.D., CETL
52:39
Thank you, Superintendent Ebert! I am excited to be here!
Amy Davis
55:51
Please share your questions and comments for our panelists here today! In the chatroom, please select “All Panelists and Attendees” so that everyone can see your comments.
Che
58:17
Hello from Charlotte
Dr. Jaime Aquino, SVP, Discovery Education
01:02:40
Please share your questions and comments for our panelists.Be sure to “select All Panelists and Attendees” when you share!
G Williams
01:03:50
Hello from Elgin, IL!
Amanda Ensor
01:11:37
That was definitely a struggle here as well.
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
01:12:29
How do you allocate resources to communities with less wealth and lower connectivity?
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
01:14:58
How are you each addressing the collection of student progress? WHat form of data do you try to attain?
Che
01:17:24
How are you all planning on approaching summer? Do you see any opportunities to advance ideas/methods learned via pandemic experience that you may not have been able to implement prior?
Che
01:22:11
Really great that you acknowledge the political savvy required to get is needed into the hands of learners (staff and students alike).lwhat’s needed into the hands of learners (staff and student alike
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
01:23:27
Every woman leader is charged with creating change and to ensures that every child has access to a sound basic education. This is a "heavy" responsibility.
Che
01:26:05
5th quarter I love it!
Emily Kavanagh
01:27:21
Love these Equity Talks
Amy Davis
01:28:37
Thank you for joining us, Emily!
Che
01:37:17
As women leaders do you see a need for more men to enter the field? How do you attract and inspire that demographic to enter and stay in the school buildings of the US? The classrooms
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
01:38:34
How do you fiscally support the many subjects that will be needed for the fifth quarter?
Emily Kavanagh
01:40:39
Thanks so much
S. Ciarelli
01:40:52
Thank you
G Williams
01:41:23
Thank you!
Amanda Ensor
01:41:31
Thank you for your strong words.
Devon Bratton
01:41:35
Thank you all!
Susan Mittler NYSED Regent, ILR Collective Bargaining
01:41:47
great opportunity to listen to women who are leaders, honest, bright, strong both emotionally and intellectually.
Johnette McCain
01:41:48
Thank you!
Dr. Christinas Kishimoto, Hawaii State Superintendent
01:42:42
Keep up the great work everyone! Thank you for being part of this conversation. Virtual hug!