The 5th Annual DEI Summer Institute - July 15-18th

PLCS 5th Annual DEI Summer Institute

 The DEI Institute provides educators, administrators, and community leaders from 32 component districts in our region with the tools, knowledge, and resources they need to create inclusive environments. educators, administrators, and community leaders from 32 component districts in our region with the tools, knowledge, and resources they need to create inclusive environments. attendees will receive practical strategies for integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion into educational practices. The learning opportunities encourage dialogue and collaboration among educators and community stakeholders, empowering participants to enact meaningful change within their districts and communities.

 

 







DEI Institute The Right to Read - Special Screening

REGISTER HERE for this COMPLIMENTARY SCREENING

On July 18, the DEI Institute is proud to present "The Right to Read." The documentary shares the stories of an NAACP activist, a teacher, and two American families who fight to provide our youngest generation with the most foundational indicator of life-long success: the ability to read. Watch the trailer here. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

To ensure this important film reaches as many people as possible, the screening is open to the general public who should register to attend here.

 

 

 

Upcoming Professional Learning Events

  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    5th Annual Summer Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

    Register here

    Our DEI Institute brings together teachers, leaders, and experts from diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share responsibility for and a deep commitment to advancing equity. As colleagues, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more equitable and inclusive schools, districts, and communities.

    Institute Highlights:
    - NEW! Free "Pre-Institute" Day: Open to all registered for the Institute and who are new to leading DEI work. Together we will explore key learning and DEI-specific leadership considerations for success
    - Inspiring keynotes with experts
    - Hybrid Sessions; Attend in person or virtually led by PreK-12 educators
    - Work sessions to apply new learning to curriculum, practice, and policy
    - Networking and community-building opportunities

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    5th Annual Summer Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

    Register here

    Our DEI Institute brings together teachers, leaders, and experts from diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share responsibility for and a deep commitment to advancing equity. As colleagues, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more equitable and inclusive schools, districts, and communities.

    Institute Highlights:
    - NEW! Free "Pre-Institute" Day: Open to all registered for the Institute and who are new to leading DEI work. Together we will explore key learning and DEI-specific leadership considerations for success
    - Inspiring keynotes with experts
    - Hybrid Sessions; Attend in person or virtually led by PreK-12 educators
    - Work sessions to apply new learning to curriculum, practice, and policy
    - Networking and community-building opportunities

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    5th Annual Summer Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

    Register here

    Our DEI Institute brings together teachers, leaders, and experts from diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share responsibility for and a deep commitment to advancing equity. As colleagues, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more equitable and inclusive schools, districts, and communities.

    Institute Highlights:
    - NEW! Free "Pre-Institute" Day: Open to all registered for the Institute and who are new to leading DEI work. Together we will explore key learning and DEI-specific leadership considerations for success
    - Inspiring keynotes with experts
    - Hybrid Sessions; Attend in person or virtually led by PreK-12 educators
    - Work sessions to apply new learning to curriculum, practice, and policy
    - Networking and community-building opportunities

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    5th Annual Summer Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

    Register here

    Our DEI Institute brings together teachers, leaders, and experts from diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share responsibility for and a deep commitment to advancing equity. As colleagues, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more equitable and inclusive schools, districts, and communities.

    Institute Highlights:
    - NEW! Free "Pre-Institute" Day: Open to all registered for the Institute and who are new to leading DEI work. Together we will explore key learning and DEI-specific leadership considerations for success
    - Inspiring keynotes with experts
    - Hybrid Sessions; Attend in person or virtually led by PreK-12 educators
    - Work sessions to apply new learning to curriculum, practice, and policy
    - Networking and community-building opportunities

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    Summer Literacy Symposium: Leading for Literacy

    Register here.

    Our Summer Literacy Symposium brings together teachers, leaders, and leading literacy experts who are committed to the NYSED Literacy Initiative. Together, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more explicit and systematic literacy instruction across the curriculum aligned to the Science of Reading.

    Symposium Highlights:
    - Inspiring keynote and Q & A featuring Natalie Wexler, education writer and the author of The Knowledge Gap, co-author, The Writing Revolution and Forbes contributor.

    Sessions led by literacy experts including:
    - Janise Lane: Regional Vice President for Partner Success for Amplify and former Executive Director of Teaching and Learning at Baltimore City Schools
    - Emily Nudds, Rosen Publishing's Literacy coach, specializing in the Science of Reading
    - Alexis Poncha: Director of the Winward Institute
    - Dr. Danielle Gomez: Research and Outreach Director of The Windward Institute and host of the Research Education ADvocacy (READ) Podcast

     

     

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
  • SWBOCES - 450 Mamaroneck Avenue, 3rd floor, Harrison, NY

    Summer Literacy Symposium: Leading for Literacy

    Register here.

    Our Summer Literacy Symposium brings together teachers, leaders, and leading literacy experts who are committed to the NYSED Literacy Initiative. Together, we will learn, collaborate, plan, and lead for actionable change to build more explicit and systematic literacy instruction across the curriculum aligned to the Science of Reading.

    Symposium Highlights:
    - Inspiring keynote and Q & A featuring Natalie Wexler, education writer and the author of The Knowledge Gap, co-author, The Writing Revolution and Forbes contributor.

    Sessions led by literacy experts including:
    - Janise Lane: Regional Vice President for Partner Success for Amplify and former Executive Director of Teaching and Learning at Baltimore City Schools
    - Emily Nudds, Rosen Publishing's Literacy coach, specializing in the Science of Reading
    - Alexis Poncha: Director of the Winward Institute
    - Dr. Danielle Gomez: Research and Outreach Director of The Windward Institute and host of the Research Education ADvocacy (READ) Podcast

     

     

    Center for Professional Learning and Curriculum Support
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