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NACAC DC Squad Presentation
Transcript of NACAC DC Squad Presentation
THE PROBLEM IS...
Urban high school students of color are
in U.S. post-secondary education.
NEXT STEPS ....
collective of educators, educational institutions, & youth advocates who seek to
for urban youth of color.
what questions do you have?
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
there are systemic structures that impede their ability to be great, & secondary school systems that serve these youth are
an examination of their
patterns is warranted, & the application of evidence-based approaches that transform their
Gordy, K., Jarrett, K., Keith, T., & Christian, W.
a trusted teacher or advisor
gives advice/guidance & typically an expert in a particular field.
publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy.
the take home
Community Based Organizations
College Counselors (inside school)
Post-secondary Institutional Initiatives
Family & Friends
There is an
This focuses on the
How many of you are already helping students form
How many of you know more than 1 person in this room, or at this conference?
How many of you know the same student(s) & are intentionally co-supporting them?
How many of you play more than 1 role for at least 1 student?
in a conversation about the members of their "SQUAD."
you play in their lives and make note of any
Tap your professional networks to
Theory of Involvement: I-E-O (Astin, 1995)
...students' unique cultural strengths are identified and nurtured to promote student achievement.
reframing the lens through which we explore the enablers of student achievement.
How do students describe their college planning experiences?