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This is a list of professional development workshops, training opportunities, and conferences that Marin Promise Partners have used to improve the cultural responsiveness of their staff. This document was developed out of the work of the Partners during their Leadership Council meetings in 2017-2018.
During those Leadership Council meetings, partners set S.M.A.R.T.E. goals to focus and measure their action commitments. In reflecting on those commitments, partners began comparing various professional development tools and resources. What emerged is a living referral document of resources referred by partners to partners in their collaborative journey toward a more culturally responsive educational ecosystem. This document will continue to be updated as new resources are added by the partners.
Click HERE to learn more about the Partnership’s Cultural Responsiveness Initiative.
Marin Promise Partnership is one of 7 communities across the country that have been involved in the Strive Together Systems Transformation Systems Indicator project. Out of this work, Marin Promise Partnership created a Learning Brief on Antiracist Education that focuses on several of the Systems Indicators, especially the Culturally Responsive Curriculum indicator.
Keeping Every Door Open (KEDO) policy Action Team successfully advocated to make equity a key element of district LCAPs.
Every year, Partners gather in the Fall to learn from each other across the Cradle to Career continuum, to deepen partnership relationships, and to see Marin’s entire education ecosystem in action. This year, during the months of October and November, we are transforming the annual event into an engaging on-line, multimedia, asynchronous experience.
Rooted in community, the collaborative summer efforts of Partners in West Marin focused on meeting the social-emotional needs of students through play & togetherness. For the first time in 25 years, Shoreline Unified School District was able to offer summer programming to students and ensure equitable access for students of color and students experiencing poverty.