It's Time to Be on the Right Side of History!
Join CHARPED’s Powered by Teach to Lead Summit: Helping Educators Be on the Right Side of History.
Why Attend this Summit?
With the passage of time more and more teachers, administrators, schools are questioning, “How we can listen to and support students, teachers and communities of color who have been systemically silenced or have been kept quiet for too long?”
It’s time to Stop. This. Practice.
Who can Attend?
This summit is open to everyone. The two-day regional convening will bring teachers, administrators, and students together to help spotlight and advance the teacher-lead work that is currently happening in this country. This summit invites teachers, administrators, students, and parents alike that are committed to dismantling racist policies and practices in their institutions.
Summit is scheduled April 24 – 25, 2021
This is a virtual summit that will be held online, and you can join from anywhere in the world.
You will be given an online link to connect to the summit.
This summit seeks to do the following:
Increase pathways and opportunities for teachers to exercise leadership while remaining in the classroom
Elevate teacher voice to inform and develop policy and practice at the school-level and beyond
Expand existing efforts and create models to steer systemic improvements to benefit student learning
Convene a diverse group of educators who can lend a variety of experiences and perspectives to the Summit
Equip educators with the tools to create diverse, equitable, inclusive, and welcoming learning environments for their students
About CHARPED and Teach to Lead
This past summer, CHARP EDucation Consulting became a supporting organization for Teach to Lead. CHARPED's founder has been actively involved in this initiative since its inception. First as a participant, then as a scorer, critical friend, and presenter for the other summits. CHARPED provides customized training for educational institutions, nonprofits, and governmental agencies in diversity, equity, and inclusion.
In March 2014, the U.S. Department of Education launched Teach to Lead. Today, in collaboration with Teach Plus and Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), this initiative has equipped teacher leaders from throughout this country with the skills to create systemic and substantial changes in their schools, districts, and communities.
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