Posted on December 7, 2017
Contact: Julie White
A team of school leaders selected to participate in CORE Districts’ Executive Leadership for Improvement & Equity (ELIE) Program is using the tools of improvement science to build equity-centered cultures within their districts.
“We’re developing a community of leaders who are interrupters – rather than reproducers – of the systemic oppression and structural racism that plagues our education systems,” said David Montes de Oca, Deputy Chief of Improvement for CORE Districts and ‘host’ of the ELIE Program.
The 15 school executives are participating in a mix of in-person learning sessions, virtual meetings and independent practice. A faculty team of CORE staff including CORE Improvement Advisor, Juli Coleman, CORE District members and outside experts, including Jaguanana Lathan of the San Diego County Office of Education, will guide the learning experience.
By the end of the year-long program, participants will co-construct how to…View Full Press Release