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Kathy.Reese
57:41
Can see
Vicki Pheil
01:09:24
Thank you!
karen barker
01:09:38
Great job, Casey! Thanks!
Marti Stephens
01:09:55
Thank you, Casey! You are right on point!
Marti Stephens
01:24:49
RESA has expanded courses and services to support the systems in their equity endeavors.
sabrinacollins
01:25:17
Carroll County Schools has focused on In Field issues
karen barker
01:25:24
For Coweta, we researched and dug deeper into our data. We looked at PSC and our CPI report and realized that some of the coding was off. The data reported in these slides does not reflect exactly where we stand.
Kathy.Reese
01:27:39
A
Erin Miley
01:27:43
A
Jana Austin
01:27:46
A
Lori Thompson
01:27:46
A
Rebekah Ralph
01:27:47
A
Vicki Pheil
01:27:47
A
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:27:50
A
Jessica Ainsworth
01:27:50
A
Colby
01:27:53
A
Karen Wyler
01:27:53
A
karen barker
01:27:54
a
Marti Stephens
01:27:56
a - They may not completely understand the differences
Marti Stephens
01:28:34
b
Rebekah Ralph
01:28:47
e. all of the above
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:28:55
d
Marti Stephens
01:28:57
b & d
Vicki Pheil
01:28:57
I'm with Rebekah
sabrinacollins
01:28:57
d
Erin Miley
01:28:58
D
karen barker
01:28:59
d - have to start here
Jana Austin
01:29:02
b
Karen Wyler
01:29:08
D
Colby
01:29:11
D
Kathy.Reese
01:29:11
A & C
Kathy.Reese
01:29:33
A
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:29:35
a
Colby
01:29:38
D
sabrinacollins
01:29:39
A & B
Marti Stephens
01:29:40
a We must be their advocates
Jana Austin
01:29:42
a
Lori Thompson
01:29:44
Again… I think it is every person.
karen barker
01:29:49
a - touch students directly and constantly
Erin Miley
01:29:57
All of us! But I would say A, if I have to choose!
Rebekah Ralph
01:29:57
A but they need the support from everyone
Karen Wyler
01:29:57
A
Jessica Ainsworth
01:30:04
It is a joint responsibility. Start with A
Erin Miley
01:30:26
B
Rebekah Ralph
01:30:27
b
Kathy.Reese
01:30:28
B
karen barker
01:30:29
b
Vicki Pheil
01:30:30
You have to start with B
sabrinacollins
01:30:33
b
Jana Austin
01:30:34
b
Karen Wyler
01:30:34
B
Jessica Ainsworth
01:30:35
Trust - B
Penny Johnson
01:30:35
b
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:30:43
b
Marti Stephens
01:30:46
start with B, then move from there
Marti Stephens
01:31:14
D
Vicki Pheil
01:31:15
D
Jessica Ainsworth
01:31:19
D
Colby
01:31:22
D
Rebekah Ralph
01:31:23
d
sabrinacollins
01:31:23
d
karen barker
01:31:23
d
Karen Wyler
01:31:25
D
Kathy.Reese
01:31:25
D
Erin Miley
01:31:29
D
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:31:35
d
Kathy.Reese
01:39:33
Georgia,
Kathy.Reese
01:40:03
Will you share these slides with EACH of us :)
Marti Stephens
01:40:13
Love these!
Kathy.Reese
01:40:29
Awesome!
Karen Wyler
01:40:31
Georgia slides will be included in the follow-up email as well as Casey's.
Marti Stephens
01:40:41
Think of the REAL conversations you could have using these!
Kathy.Reese
01:42:33
Not only teachers, but leaders at all levels do not understand what it takes to provide an Equitable School.
Marti Stephens
01:42:42
Consistent support!
Karen Wyler
01:43:05
Common language to develop a common understanding is essential
Karen Wyler
01:43:31
Leadership matters!
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:43:44
As it has been stated before, it takes a village!
Marti Stephens
01:44:38
Leaders should make it impossible NOT to be equitable through support, modeling and expectation.
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:45:33
Revealing the inequity in our society!
Penny Johnson
01:46:35
internet service, family support of education
Kathy.Reese
01:46:41
Children doing on-line learning that may not have support at home.
Erin Miley
01:46:42
Access to reliable internet; a quiet learning environment for students when they are at home; parental support
Jana Austin
01:46:43
Lack of internet connection
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:46:45
ditto
Lori Thompson
01:46:50
Yes, digital inequities.
Marti Stephens
01:46:52
Internet, devices
Vicki Pheil
01:46:58
support from an adult at home / receiving regular attention and love!
Kathy.Reese
01:47:11
Stress and anxiety!
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:47:11
sufficient food
Penny Johnson
01:47:17
Fear
Jessica Ainsworth
01:47:20
Our greatest inequities are revealed regarding access to computers, Internet, family support/engagement , importance of our schools to wrap around services
Erin Miley
01:47:24
Access to medical support
Marti Stephens
01:47:25
the great support schools provide with FOOD
Karen Wyler
01:47:43
Teachers equipped to provide effective learning/teaching for students
Penny Johnson
01:47:56
Stability, dependable support system
Marti Stephens
01:48:04
The reality of how much of the daily living support schools provide.
SHARON LIVINGSTON
01:48:07
having access to someone (teacher) who cares about them
Gretta Milam
01:48:13
Many of our students may worry about “inviting” someone into their home via online meetings - afraid of what someone will think or what they will see
Marti Stephens
01:50:37
Share ideas and programs!
Penny Johnson
01:51:12
Listen to the cares and concerns of our community whose voices have not historically been heard, or valued.
Bobbi Ford
01:51:15
Not worry about who gets the credit by thinking outside the box
Marti Stephens
01:51:20
Don't be afraid to reach out to other systems to see if they are having successes.
Kathy.Reese
01:51:27
Discussion about equity needs to be at the table.
Penny Johnson
01:51:39
Start the difficult conversations.
Jessica Ainsworth
01:51:43
Collaboration among our counties to address areas of concerns together!
Erin Miley
01:51:59
Don't be afraid to discuss "failures" and downfalls... you can't grow unless you recognize the areas that need it most.
karen barker
01:52:11
listen with head and heart - especially to what isn't being said - always fail forward
Karen Wyler
01:52:33
So agree, with Karen
Bobbi Ford
01:59:02
Thanks, Georgia!
Erin Miley
01:59:09
Thank you, wonderful.
Kathy.Reese
01:59:13
Thanks, Georgia
Jessica Ainsworth
01:59:18
Thank you Georgia!!
Marti Stephens
01:59:20
Super, Georgia! Thank you!
Karen Wyler
01:59:54
Thought provoking, Georgia....call for action, for sure. Thank you~
karen barker
02:00:05
Thank you Georgia - You always deliver a message to stretch our thinking and encourage our leadership.
Georgia Evans
02:00:38
Thank you everyone. I appreciate your involvement and participation.
Cindy Saxon
02:00:45
Thank you, Georgia! As always, you are amazing! Sorry I was late arriving. I had other commitments. It's great to see you all! The continuation of these important discussions is so critical in these unprecedented times. I think Rachel said the other day that she was ready for precedented times. ME,TOO! Thank you all for the work you are doing EVERY SINGLE DAY! It is impressive! I have a Zoom with students at 10:00. Take care! Enjoy your weekend!
Lori Thompson
02:02:02
West Ga RESA is now offering both Online Teaching Endorsement and the Dyslexia Endorsement.
Marti Stephens
02:07:28
Will you make sure my updated email is on the list? mstephens@garesa.org
Marti Stephens
02:08:52
So thankful this was opened up for registration!
Karen Wyler
02:09:26
kreese@doe.k12.ga.us
Karen Wyler
02:09:39
kwyler@doe.k12.ga.us
karen barker
02:12:51
Thank you all for a good session! Have a great weekend.
Vicki Pheil
02:12:56
Thank you everyone!
Jessica Ainsworth
02:13:02
Thank you!!
Marti Stephens
02:13:10
Thank you, Sabrina! You are amazing, as usual!
Lori Thompson
02:13:12
Thank you all!
Erin Miley
02:13:21
Thank yoU!