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Identifying and Transforming Educational Inequities

Date: October 5, 2017 – October 26, 2017
Location: Webinar

REL West hosted a 2-part webinar series on how educators can engage in a transformation process to reduce the psychological harm that microaggressions–the manifestations of attitudes and stereotypes that unconsciously affect peoples’ perceptions, actions, and decisions–can have on school culture and students’ overall education experience and achievement.

Attendees learned about the research showing links between school climate, microaggressions, and student learning, and participate in rich discussions about a 4-part transformational process for recognizing and taking important steps to reduce the conditions that lead to microaggressions and harmful school culture.

Webinar attendees:

  • Deepened their knowledge of school climate and culture and the effects of implicit bias and microaggressions;
  • Explored a framework for transformation to address underlying causes and conditions that can negatively impact students’ psychological well-being and sense of social belonging; and
  • Learned about specific tools and strategies for implementing school climate transformation.

Series Dates:

  • Part 1: October 5, 2017
  • Part 2: October 26, 2017


This webinar series targeted a broad audience of education stakeholders interested in and responsible for providing a safe and inclusive school climate including county office of education administrators and staff, school district administrators, school site administrators/leaders, teachers, and counselors.


October 5, 2017 – October 26, 2017


Contact Information
Laura Buckner

Trauma-Informed Practices (Supporting the Whole Child)


  • Dr. Gregory Peters, San Francisco Coalition for Essential Small Schools
  • Dr. Leora Wolf-Prusan, WestEd
Webinar 1
Webinar 2