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Racial & Ethnic Identities:  Supporting Inclusive Environments to Build Trust

(A Four-Part Virtual Series)

 
 

Join us in this four-part virtual series to

  • explore strategies for creating a more inclusive environment for all students, families, and staff where their racial and ethnic identities are valued and affirmed.
  • gain insight into our own racial and ethnic identities and how our identities impact how we experience the world.
  • reflect on how our racial identity affects how we are or are not impacted by institutional racism and structural inequality.
  • gain insight on how schools can develop/enhance relational trust across racial differences.

Although we encourage you to attend all four sessions to receive the full benefit of this series, you can register for individual sessions. Whether you attend one, two or all four sessions, you will return to your school with new strategies and insights.

About the presenter:

Craig Martin is an award-winning teacher and principal, and frequent speaker on leadership and culturally responsive frameworks. Since June 2019, he has served as the Executive Director of Bridge Boston Charter School in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.

Craig was named the 2018 National Distinguished Principal by the National Association of Elementary School Principals and 2018 Elementary Principal of the Year by the Massachusetts School Administrators Association. In 2009, Boston Public Schools awarded Craig the Educator of the Year award.

He achieved his national profile during his six-year principalship of the Michael J. Perkins School where student achievement improved by +320% leading to reversals in achievement gaps among English Language Learners and Latino American Learners, a 50% reduction in suspensions, and a 25% decline in chronic absenteeism.
Craig earned his Bachelor of Arts in elementary education from Dillard University in his native New Orleans, Louisiana, and his Master of Education from Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass.

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The podcast, Language, Choice and Balance: A Conversation with Mike Anderson has been moved to the Resources area of this website.

Upcoming Events


All sessions are held virtually or onsite at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH.


10:00 am
This is the third webinar in a four-part series on Racial & Ethnic Identities:  Supporting Inclusive Environments to Build Trust featuring Craig Martin. The objectives of the entire series are to Explore strategies for creating a more inclusive environment for all students, families, and staff where their racial and ethnic identities are valued and affirmed. Gain insight into our own racial and ethnic identities ... Read More
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Virtual Via Go-To-Meeting
Jan 14 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
9:00 am
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Grappone Center
9:00 am
Schools across New Hampshire have created a vision for their students. Each district’s set of competencies and “portrait of a graduate” describes the skills, knowledge and habits that we want each student to achieve. But how do we help each student to meet that vision – while recognizing who they are as individuals? Our workshop will focus on strategies to ... Read More
Grappone Center

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