Breaking the Mold Without Breaking the Bank: Transforming the Job of Teaching to Address Persistent Shortages

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Brown v. Board of Education 70 Years Later

On January 29, 2024, the EAC-South at the Southern Education Foundation (SEF) presented an important discussion for educators on addressing microaggressions and building more inclusive classrooms for all.

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EAC-S Webinar VI: Collaborating with Families

On March 14, 2024, EAC-South held a webinar with The Center for Black Educator Development on "Collaborating with Families." This is part six of a six-part series on educational justice. 

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EAC-S Webinar V: Building Culturally Validating and Affirming Relationships

On March 5, 2024, the EAC-South, and The Center For Black Educator Development held a webinar on "Building Culturally Validating and Affirming Relationships." This is webinar five of a six-part series on Educational Justice.

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Planning for Sustainability after ESSER

On Feb. 1, 2023, the EAC-South, Education Resource Strategies (ERS), and the Outcomes Based Contracting (OBC) hosted a virtual learning session about how district leaders can use the ESSER timeline and FY24 budget planning cycle to prioritize long-term sustainability planning.

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Understanding the Tenets and Nuances of Microaggressions

On January 29, 2024, the EAC-South at the Southern Education Foundation (SEF) presented an important discussion for educators on addressing microaggressions and building more inclusive classrooms for all.

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Building Positive Relationships Through Asset-Based Thinking

On Sept. 25, 2023, EAC-South and the Center for Black Educator Development hosted a virtual learning session focusing on building cultural proficiency in the classroom. In this webinar, EAC-South explains how cultural perceptions can affect classroom teaching and expectations for individual students. It is the third session in a three-part series. 

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Building and Developing Cultural Proficiency and Understanding

On Sept. 22, 2023, the EAC-South and the Center for Black Educator Development hosted a virtual learning session about building cultural proficiency in the classroom. This was the second of a three-part series. 

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Understanding Our Own Cultural Identities and Experiences

On Sept. 18, 2023, the EAC-South and the Center for Black Educator Development hosted a virtual learning session as part of a three-webinar series on building cultural proficiency in schools. 

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How Schools Can Make Discipline More Equitable: Stories from the South

Looking for strategies to make student discipline practices more equitable in your school? Need actionable steps to create sustainable buy-in from leadership?

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How to Improve Educator Recruitment and Retention: Stories from the South

On Tuesday, May 9, 2023, the EAC-South hosted a virtual learning session on improving educator recruitment and retention. We shared promising practices and practical examples from school districts in the region.

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How to Improve Student Attendance and Engagement: Stories from the South

On Tuesday, April 25, 2023, the EAC-South and the Student Engagement and Attendance Center hosted a virtual learning session on improving student attendance and engagement. We shared practical examples from Nashville, TN, and Columbia, SC, as the long-term impact of the pandemic continues.

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