Black Lives Matter at School Week was February 3rd-7th. The SEA Center for Racial Equity wants to hear YOUR stories in order to share ideas for next year (or this year, since teaching Black Lives Matter and/or Black History should NOT be contained to February)! Please fill out the following survey in order to capture … Continue reading Participated in 2020 Black Lives Matter at School? Share YOUR Stories!
Mark your calendar! The Black Lives Matter at School national week of action will be held from February 3-7th, 2020–and educators from coast to coast are organizing to make this the biggest coordinated uprising for racial justice in the schools yet.
Remember the fight does not end at WEA RA 2019! Let’s take back the resolutions, amendments, and NBIs to our locals! Laura Lehni and Kate Eads, two members of our core ORE planning team and SeattleEA members, presented their Acknowledging White Supremacy Resolution to SeattleEA and it passed smoothly. See the language of their resolution … Continue reading Acknowledging White Supremacy in SeattleEA
Ethnic Studies Summer Institute July 29, 2019 - August 9, 2019 John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence A Seattle Public Schools and SEA’s Center for Racial Equity Collaboration This two-week, 60-hour institute is designed to prepare educators to implement culturally responsive and critical pedagogies in teaching ethnic studies content. Registration is free for Seattle Public … Continue reading Ethnic Studies Summer Institute 2019
On Friday, April 5th, Marquita Prinzing, our Director of the SEA Center for Racial Equity, presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2019 Annual Meeting. The AERA 2019 Annual Meeting was held in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Canada and focused on using educational research to combat inequitable rhetoric. At the AERA 2019, Prinzing … Continue reading AERA 2019 Presentation: “Beyond ‘Gap-Gazing'”