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Systemic Racial Intolerance and Injustice town hall live

Hosted by ACSA

CLEAR Founder and CEO, Dr. Ken Magdaleno will be a guest speaker on Systemic Racial Intolerance and Injustice town hall, hosted by Association of California School Administrators (ACSA).

Join the town hall live on Monday, June 8, 2020, at 5:30pm on the ACSA Facebook and YouTube platforms. 

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In Collaboration

Early Lessons from Distance Learning: Placing and then Keeping Students at the Center of the Conversation
Wednesday, 5/27/2020 @ 4PM 

RSVP: https://bit.ly/2XtcUdR 

After 2 months spent transitioning all K-12 education on-line, several ongoing challenges have emerged. Student SEL needs have surged, while instruction has continued to be spotty. Teleconferencing alone has not adequately engaged students, and vital peer-to-peer collaboration is greatly reduced. This webinar will consider these challenges facing all schools and focus upon real solutions. In particular, the group will consider how the Thrively on-line platform has powered a whole child approach that can serve as a model for all educators as we move into an unknown future ahead.

Special Edition of the Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research (JLER)

The Center for Leadership, Equity, and Research is excited to announce the publication of a special edition of the Journal of Leadership, Equity, and Research (JLER), which includes four articles, two book reviews and a distinguished scholar commentary.

CLEAR Book Recommendation

We want to take the opportunity to share a book with you: The Chicana/o/x Dream helps define the heart and soul of tomorrow’s America and elucidates how Chicana/o/x college students maintain hope, enact resistance, and succeed against injustice. The book offers a call to action to K–20 educators and administrators to develop better supports to foster the success of Mexican-descent students. Dr. Conchas is a CLEAR partner and Co-Editor with Dr. Sophia Rodriguezof an upcoming Special Edition for the Journal of the Center for Leadership, Equity, and Research (formerly CLEARvoz Journal). The Special Edition focuses on: Emancipatory Methodology for Social Justice in Education: Unpacking Inequality and Opportunity in Global Contexts and we look forward to sharing it with you in the near future. The link for ordering the book is posted below along with a picture of the book. https://www.hepg.org/hep-home/books/the-chicana-o-x-dream

Update to 8th Annual Social Justice Leadership Summit

In light of the growing concerns regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic and outbreaks around the state, nation and world, the Center for Leadership, Equity and Research (CLEAR) Board has agreed that it is best to postpone the March 20, 2020 “Equity with Intentionality” Social Justice Leadership Summit until further notice. As this is an entirely new and unprecedented challenge for all of us, I ask for your patience as we move forward towards a rescheduling of the event. We will be working on providing funding solutions as necessary. Thank you for your support. All the best, Dr. Ken Magdaleno

Call for Proposals

8th Annual Social Justice Leadership Summit

Deadline: February 1, 2020

The Center for Leadership Equity and Research (CLEAR) is currently accepting presentation proposals for the Eighth Annual Social Justice Leadership Summit to be held on March 20, 2020, at the Clovis Veteran’s Memorial District, 808 4th St, Clovis, CA 93612.

How to Submit
All proposals are due by 5:00 p.m. on February 1, 2020. Presentations will be sixty minutes (60) – per session. Presentations of interest will focus on Social Justice Leadership, Equity, and Praxis (Intentional Activism) from a best practices and strength-based perspective. We suggest that each presenter provide a strategy for implementation of an equity action that attendees may take back to their site, college, university or place of business. This is an opportunity to share your expertise with other professionals actively engaged in Prek-12 and Higher education, business and community-based organizations.

Learn more here.