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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.
MPP Statement in Support of High-Quality, Affordable Childcare in Fairfax and San Anselmo (English/Español)
Marin Promise Partnership fervently believes that Marin’s children deserve high-quality childcare in a safe and caring environment. As a Partnership, we value the tremendous work done by the Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center to support its children and families, most of whom are children of color and all of whom are living in poverty. We also
Spread the word: We’re looking for a Manager of Collaborative Action to help Community-based Partners unite around bold, transformative, collaborative strategies to achieve educational equity.
The following is a list of additional resources related to the Partnership Learning Brief on Diversifying Marin’s Educator Workforce.
This Learning Brief, through a case study approach featuring the Sausalito Marin City School District and its Superintendent Dr. Itoco Garcia, looks at how Marin Educators for Equity Initiative Partners are working together to increase their BIPOC educator workforce so that it more closely aligns with the demographics of the county’s student population.
Our county’s persistent educational equity gap is unacceptable. Marin Promise Partners invite the next Superintendent of Schools to join us in refusing to settle for a world in which a child’s educational potential is dictated by race, ethnicity, zip code or financial circumstance. Let’s unite to put educational equity at the center of the election.
This Learning Brief highlights the Partnership’s regional implementation of its unique collaborative approach to closing educational equity gaps for students and families in West Marin. This case study outlines some promising indicators of success that may spark similar action in other regions.
Comprehensive overview of the Partnership all on one page