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The Equity Symposium is an opportunity to learn from each other with a focus on racial equity. Our colleagues from Highline and beyond will present on a range of topics to challenge us to deepen our capacity for equity.

All staff will attend two sessions:
  • An All-Staff Anti-Bias Training
  • Additionally, staff will select an Elective session

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Tuesday, August 27
 

7:15am

8:00am

9:30am

Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Anti-bias Teachable Moments: Responding compassionately to bias in the classroom Mount Rainier High School Anti-Blackness in the US and in our own community Mount Rainier High School Becoming a White Ally: First Steps Mount Rainier High School Best Practices in Serving Males of Color in Educational Systems Mount Rainier High School Building an Active, Inclusive Learning Environment that Supports Racial Equity in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School Call it out, but invite them in Mount Rainier High School Challenging Racial Stereotypes of Masculinity in Schools Mount Rainier High School Changing Systems, Not Blaming Students: Taking Responsibility for Student Experiences at School Mount Rainier High School Dismantling White Supremacy in Educational Systems Mount Rainier High School Disrupting inequities through data-informed, student-centered master schedule practices Mount Rainier High School Estrategias Culturalmente Responsables sobre el Aprendizaje de Emociones Sociales para Participacion Familiar Mount Rainier High School Facilitating Challenging Conversations about Race in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School If I am a Good Person, I Can’t be Racist Mount Rainier High School Knowing Students is Key Mount Rainier High School Literacy & Equity: Strategies for Content-Area Literacy Instruction To Narrow the Opportunity Gap Mount Rainier High School Microaggressions? Where do I go from here? Mount Rainier High School Navigating Microaggressions as a PoC in the Education Community Mount Rainier High School Racial Equity in Dual Language Program Design -- Exploring Problems and Solutions Mount Rainier High School Rainbow Coalition Student Panel Mount Rainier High School Recognizing privilege and systematic barriers Mount Rainier High School Reverse Racism- Theater of the Oppressed Mount Rainier High School Social Media and Alternative Histories Mount Rainier High School Sticks and Stones: Understanding implicit bias, micro-aggressions and stereotypes Mount Rainier High School Unpacking Our Cultural Lenses: How to Acknowledge & Address Implicit Biases in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School Using Student Data with an Eye for Equity Mount Rainier High School Welcoming Environment for ALL Families Mount Rainier High School White Supremacy in Every Day Media Mount Rainier High School Working with culturally, racially, and linguistically diverse families to create a shared vision for special education Mount Rainier High School

11:10am

Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Addressing Bias in the Workplace and in Schools as People of Color Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Understanding Bias in the Workplace and in Schools Mount Rainier High School Anti-Blackness in the US and in our own community Mount Rainier High School Becoming a White Ally: First Steps Mount Rainier High School Best Practices in Serving Males of Color in Educational Systems Mount Rainier High School Building an Active, Inclusive Learning Environment that Supports Racial Equity in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School Call it out, but invite them in Mount Rainier High School Challenging Racial Stereotypes of Masculinity in Schools Mount Rainier High School Changing Systems, Not Blaming Students: Taking Responsibility for Student Experiences at School Mount Rainier High School Dismantling White Supremacy in Educational Systems Mount Rainier High School Disrupting inequities through data-informed, student-centered master schedule practices Mount Rainier High School Estrategias Culturalmente Responsables sobre el Aprendizaje de Emociones Sociales para Participacion Familiar Mount Rainier High School Facilitating Challenging Conversations about Race in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School How to integrate Teaching Tolerance lessons into your current units Mount Rainier High School Knowing Students is Key Mount Rainier High School Literacy & Equity: Strategies for Content-Area Literacy Instruction To Narrow the Opportunity Gap Mount Rainier High School Microaggressions? Where do I go from here? Mount Rainier High School Parent involvment/engagement from parents of color Mount Rainier High School Racial Equity in Dual Language Program Design -- Exploring Problems and Solutions Mount Rainier High School Rainbow Coalition Student Panel Mount Rainier High School Recognizing privilege and systematic barriers Mount Rainier High School Reverse Racism- Theater of the Oppressed Mount Rainier High School Social Media and Alternative Histories Mount Rainier High School Sticks and Stones: Understanding implicit bias, micro-aggressions and stereotypes Mount Rainier High School The Power of Native Education Spaces & LEA-Tribal Collaboration in K-12 Mount Rainier High School Transformative SEL: RULER Curriculum Analysis Project Mount Rainier High School Unpacking Our Cultural Lenses: How to Acknowledge & Address Implicit Biases in the Classroom Mount Rainier High School Using Student Data with an Eye for Equity Mount Rainier High School Welcoming Environment for ALL Families Mount Rainier High School White Supremacy in Every Day Media Mount Rainier High School Working with culturally, racially, and linguistically diverse families to create a shared vision for special education Mount Rainier High School

12:45pm

2:00pm