Our work is founded on making the invisible dominant culture of schools more visible to everyone involved in the education process, in order to create awareness and capacity to adapt existing culture and curriculum to something that works for every student and family that walks through the doors of a
By making the invisible dominant culture visible, we can build the capacity of educators, students and families to view policies, practices, and curriculum through a more inclusive lens and support them to make the changes necessary to implement more culturally responsive policies, practices and curriculum.
Educators need support to change their perspective and their discourse. We have seen evidence that by supporting educators to consistently do this, together we can create expanded capacity in our school systems to identify causes versus symptoms and take more effective steps to remedy results.
“The depth of this whole week has taken me to an awakening, a deeper level of consciousness and has given me more confidence to begin to take steps at my school to be an active anti-racist and an ally to others.” — Participant
Coaching for Educational Equity (CFEE)
“I have been in this business and profession for 32 years and have participated in almost every equity effort that has been promoted statewide. This work is not only well researched and dynamic, it is as grounded and fluid as anything I have ever seen in this field. It honors the work by making it authentic and responsive.” —Teresa Ferrer
Center for Teaching and Learning, Oregon Education Association