With Host Larry Jacobs

SISTER SITE OF ACE-ED.ORG

www.ace-ed.org   Home of  American Consortium for Equity in Education   www.ace-ed.org

Equity & Access PreK-12

Home of the online journal

“AC&E/ Equity & Access PreK-12”

AC&E

The latest issue is on site! Read it now at ACE-ED.ORG.

It’s the 100% Online Journal written for the needs of

Every student, Every Teacher,  Every school, Every day.

A must-read for EVERY educator.

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OUR SHOW SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 21

MONDAY 
 
MONDAY SEPT 21
 
1030a
ACT presents
“MyOptions” 
A BLENDED APPROACH TO COLLEGE COUNSELING FOR 1st GEN STUDENTS 
 Our guest is Bryan Contreras former 1st Gen student from Houston, now  V.P at MY Options for K12
 
 
NOON
TEACHING WITH TESTIMONY
THE ‘STRONGER THAN HATE’ CHALLENGE PROGRAM
Discovery Education supports the USC Shoah Foundation and we have Shoah’s Dr. Claudia Ramirez Weidemann to speak on the value students give to the program and the value the program gives the students.

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TUESDAY, SEPT 22

9A ET

FULFILLING THE PROMISE OF EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS WITH INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO DIGITAL LEARNING

Equity and Innovation are the driving forces behind Edison Learning and their e-learning solutions. . For all students, for at-risk students with great training for educators using the service. You’ll meet Thom Jackson, their CEO.

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1030 A ET

REVERSING THE COVID SLIDE BY ENGAGING STUDENTS WITH MUSIC BASED EDUCATION 

Make music work in all subjects for learning for all students including the underserved where COVID is hitting hardest. Muzology is up for a GRAMMY and their music based education works. We have a big article about them in the current issue of “Equity & Access”, the online journal at www.ace-ed.org.

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WEDS SEPT 23

1030A ET

THE POLICY AND LEGISLATION SIDE OF SPECIAL ED

We have CASE (Council of Special Education Administrators) Executive Director Phyllis Wolfram and their Chair for Policy and Legislation Dr. Kevin Rubenstein to discuss all they do, have done,and need to do in these areas.

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2PM

THE AASA COHORT ON

EQUITY IN EARLY LEARNING

As a preview of  the AASA Symposium on Oct 22, we have four top administrators from across the country, Michigan, Washington and Maryland on equity…from the very beginning of Prek-12 on and why this is a must in todays public education. 

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THURSDAY SEPT 24

9a ET

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT,LITERALLY!

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY IN ALL GRADES

Learn about RED T Media and using philosophy as a subject for great critical thinking and so social-emotional learning in difficult times.

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1030A ET

DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN STUDENT STRESS AND PANDEMIC TRAUMA

Our resident school psychologist Dr Howie Knoff, the president of the school consulting firm Project Achieve discusses the difference …what educators need to know to help students for the foreseeable future 

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FRIDAY SEPT 25

9AM

THE SOCIAL STUDIES KNOWLEDGE MAP

The latest tool for educators from the experts at Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy. This excellent project  for teaching and curriculum building from the JHU team of experts  becomes available to all Sept 29th.

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AND HERE ARE SHOWS  FROM LAST WEEK,

IF YOU’D LIKE TO LISTEN TO SOME THAT YOU MAY HAVE MISSED 

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PEORIA IL SCHOOLS RETURN 
DURING COVID 
We’re highlighting districts and how they are handling the return and what its like on scene. Today is a visit with Lisa Giffor, Literacy and Social Studies  Coordinator  for Peoria School District 150 in IL. Joining her is Discovery’s Emily Keith to speak on how this company worked with the district to ensure a continuance of learning during remote ed.

THE AMERICAN COLLEGE APPLICATIONS CAMPAIGN

#WHYAPPLY

The goal is EQUITY as we host ACT’s Center on Equity in Learning and their spokesperson, the Director of the Campaign to increase the number of 1st generation and Low Income Students  applying for higher ed. Great stuff.

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THIS IS WHAT PUBLIC EDUCATION IS ALL ABOUT! 

PREPARING  YOUNG AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP

My favorite professor is back… Johns Hopkin’s Dr Ashley Berner from JHU’s Institute for Education Policy. Always thought provoking, an expert on how rigorous curriculum brings about equity and how that develops good citizens, she also ahas developed tools that work for educators K-12.  

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ELEMENTARY MATH FOR ALL STUDENTS THAT WORKS …. WHEN ED TECH BECOMES EQUITY TECH.

You’re going to learn about a math education company focused on equity in their methods,especially for ELL students . Levered Learning’s founder Mitch Slater has brought with him San Diego County Office of Education’s Director of Migrant Education  Dr. Monica Ruiz-Laberge

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN STEM LEARNING DURING COVID

The King oF science lab  and school safety, NSTA’s Safety guY, Glastonbury, CT schools Director of Safety Dr. Ken Roy is back. Always a ‘CAN’T MISS IT’ EXPERIENCE

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GREAT FREE, RIGOROUS RESOURCES FOR SOCIAL STUDIES  FOR EVERY SCHOOL BRING ABOUT EQUITY

If you aren’t using Izzit.org resources at your school , you soon will be, from 8th grade on. Their president and Director of Education join us. It’s free, it’s rigorous and it works.

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EFFECTIVE RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION IN THE ELEMENTARY GRADES

Thank you Waterford Institute for bringing us RtI expert , Arkansas elementary educator Lori Smith

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