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WorkshopPromoting Equity through Multi-Level, Data-Informed Approaches
DepartmentESU#3 Student Services
Default ContactAmy Harvey
Default LocationOff Site Locations
DescriptionNOTE:  This registration link is for Virtual Attendance.
The zoom link will be mailed out in the reminder email for each workshop.


School Psychologist Professional Learning & Collaboration Series

September 18, 2020 - Return to School Resources and Review, Dr. Kristy Feden
 -This collaborative forum will focus on various resources that impact the return to school and the role of a school psychologist. 

Time: 12:30 - 3:30pm
Location: Virtual
Fee: None

November 13, 2020 - Unpacking Revisions to the NASP Practice Model and Advocacy Tools, Dr. Kristy Feden and Dr Brian McKevitt
-This regional event will focus on the revised NASP Practice Model with an emphasis on the Behavioral/Mental Health and Safe and Support Schools domains. System development, sustainability, and the role of a School Psychologist will be discussed.

Time: 11:00 - 3:00pm
Location: Virtual
Fee: None

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March 31, 2021 -  Promoting Equity through Multi-Level, Data-Informed Approaches 
A Virtual Workshop with Celeste Malone, PhD, MS
Associate Professor and Coordinator of the School Psychology Program
Howard University
Schools have the responsibility to promote equitable outcomes for all students; however, national data demonstrate persistent racial/ethnic and socioeconomic inequities in special education identification and the use of exclusionary discipline practices. Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, school administrators are tasked
with collecting and analyzing local, school-wide data to ensure that all students have equitable opportunities to experience school success. In this workshop, participants will learn about four key interrelated indicators of educational equity and develop a
plan to collect and analyze school-wide data to identify student subgroups at risk for inequitable education outcomes. Participants will also discuss the root causes of disproportionality and identify individual and school-wide strategies to promote equitable outcomes for all students.

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
• Describe the four key interrelated indicators of school equity (i.e., achievement
status, educational opportunities, social-emotional supports, climate and culture)
• Identify school-wide sources to assess the key interrelated indicators of school
equity
• Describe a multidimensional view of bias and conceptual model of
disproportionality
• Identify strategies to address implicit bias at both individual and systems levels
• Describe school-wide interventions to address disproportionality in special
education and school discipline

Time: 8:30 - 4:30pm
Location: Virtual
Fee: None
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