Developing Cultural Competence (TOT) - 013985
During the Developing Cultural Competence training, participants will learn about the multiple levels of bias and racism and how they impact the student achievement gap in schools. They will also be able to identify barriers to becoming a more culturally competent educational organization and how to use an equity lens to close attitude and achievement gaps. Participants will be provided structures and protocols to lead district and campus equity conversations so the root causes of students' underachievement can be addressed during school improvement planning. This is the first module of the Texas Disproportionality Initiative: Developing Cultural Competence. Participants must be able to attend both days to become a Developing Cultural Competence trainer.

Audiences Central Office Administrators, Counselors, ESC 11 Personnel, Federal Program Directors/Coordinators, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Special Education


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