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REL Southeast Event: Connecting Research & Practice Using High Impact Data for Educational Equity
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December 2, 2020

Time: 3:30pm to 4:30pm

Location: Webinar hosted by REL Southeast

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Description: Understanding how to identify, interpret, and use data while employing a culturally responsive lens can potentially help ensure equitable learning for all students. The goal of this webinar is twofold: (1) To share research on how to use and interpret data to enhance student outcomes and to reduce the achievement gap between students of color and their white counterparts and (2) to enhance the capacity of participants to use this research to integrate data use to inform decision-making and instruction. Participants will leave with knowledge and an increased understanding of research on how to examine and understand the achievement gap and strategies to interpret, use, and integrate data to inform decision-making and instructional practices.

Research Alliance: Post-Secondary Success at Historically Black Colleges and Universities partnership

Audience: This webinar is intended for K-12 leaders and educators who work in high need schools; administrators, faculty and staff within the social sciences from institutions of higher education, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities.; and civic and community educational stakeholders

Speakers: Ivory Toldson, Ph.D., Howard University
La’Tara Osborne Lampkin, Ph.D., Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast

Jennifer Dombek
(850) 644-2980
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