We are TEE—a small think tank where everyone teaches and everyone learns.
The Equity Exchange is all about the people. It provides the opportunity to collaborate with a cohort of experienced public and private school educators, guided by facilitators who lead presentations and trainings nationally and internationally.
TEE is all about process. It’s about more than mastering specific curriculum or content –
it's about immersing yourself in a dynamic experience driven by participant priorities as well as current trends and practices. This year’s focus will be on Effectively Navigating “Us & Them” Instincts. We will explore and practice different protocols and facilitation skills with topics generated by your cohort. We will meet in plenary sessions for important meta-discussions, and in smaller groups for daily coaching and processing. We will visit public and private school spaces to talk with students, parents and guardians, teachers, and administrators about the many elements that contribute to “us & them” dynamics. And we will lay the foundation for an ongoing partnership via quarterly video chats with your cohort and facilitators following your Equity Exchange experience.
The Equity Exchange is all about developing a plan for yourself and for your school –
a plan that can evolve and respond to challenges and opportunities as they present themselves throughout your work. You will receive input and counsel on how to implement a plan that addresses a current idea, initiative, or dilemma that you introduce to The Equity Exchange – and you will brainstorm with others in your cohort about their ideas and initiatives. You will also receive direction on how to incorporate vital “self-care” into your daily routine.
~ includes program, transportation to/from the hotel, and all meals ~
Registration w/ Hotel: $1,775
Funding is available to support participation.
Please make your request using the registration form.
To register, visit: The Equity Exchange.
…The Equity Exchange is a wonderful “next step” for educators who want to move beyond the "what" and into the "how" of leading equity work in their schools.
Faculty and Professional Outreach Specialist
Seattle Girls' School
The Equity Exchange has been a real source of pride among the St. Louis Public School District’s various community partnerships…
Kelvin Adams, PhD
Saint Louis Public Schools