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School Climate policy roundtable discussion and presentation of a new publication from the Aspen Institute - Shared screen with speaker view
Megan Bennett
01:05:58
https://www.aspeninstitute.org/publications/coming-back-to-climate-how-principals-can-use-school-climate-data-to-lead-improvement/
Megan Bennett
01:11:31
https://www.aspeninstitute.org/publications/creating-conditions-for-student-success-a-policymakers-school-climateplaybook/
Megan Bennett
01:31:25
Hello all - here is the link to the additional Aspen/ExcelinEd School Climate Resources:
Megan Bennett
01:31:26
https://www.aspeninstitute.org/publications/creating-conditions-for-student-success-a-policymakers-school-climate-playbook/
Ross Wiener, Aspen Institute
01:46:03
I really appreciate the focus on educator diversity. On the retention issues, we know that teacher working conditions are a big driver of school climate and of teachers’ sense of their own efficacy and their retention in the profession. Breaking out teachers’ survey responses by teachers’ race/ethnicity is an important to equity bc these responses shine a light on the lived experiences of teachers of color, so that exemplary schools can be celebrated and other schools can address the imperative to improve.
Ross Wiener, Aspen Institute
02:02:19
Thank you RI Kids Count and to the students, policymakers and advocates advancing this work!