Presented by Opal Davis Dawson, Faculty, ASCD
Presented by Cindy Mudroch, Educational Consultant, Special Education Teacher, and Author
Moderated by Jennifer Lewis, President, Gryphon House, Inc.
Presented by Denise Soler Cox, Activist Filmmaker, Podcaster, Speaker, and Author
Moderated by Cassandra Wheeler, Director of Lexia LETRS® State Success, Lexia Learning
Presented by Dr. Shayla Cornick, Project Director, Learner Variability, Digital Promise; and Parker Van Nostrand, Senior Project Manager, Product Certifications, Digital Promise
Moderated by Sierra Noakes, Project Director, Marketplace, Digital Promise
Presented by Julye Williams, Founder, The Project 2043 Institute; and Catherine Wigginton Greene, Writer, Producer, Documentary Filmmaker, and Educator
Moderated by Barbara Pape, Senior Director, Learner Variability Project, Digital Promise
Presented by Andrew Grant-Thomas, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Co-Director, EmbraceRace; Debbie LeeKeenan, Social Justice Educator, Lecturer, Consultant, and Author; and Christina Rucinski, Ph.D., Research-to-Practice Program Manager, EmbraceRace
Moderated by Melissa Giraud, Co-Founder and Co-Director, EmbraceRace
Presented by Jennifer Dunn, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Bunifu Learning for Life; Marissa Jackson, Director of Digital Learning, Research, and Development, Bunifu Learning for Life; and Caleb Burkes, Educational Associate, P-Tech Healthcare, Dunbar High School (MD)
Presented by Cheryl Lundy Swift, M.Ed., Professional Learning Director, Learning Without Tears; and Dr. Miriam Ortiz, CEO and Chief Consultant, K12 Matters, LLC
With the ubiquity of the internet, there have been various iterations to the resume and portfolio development for job seekers—and to the recruitment process for employers. From the documentation of skillsets to the way that resumes are shared, there have been positive changes to the process that have allowed those searching for a job to make it easier for employers to find them.
Equity—making sure each student receives the specific resources, support, and opportunities they need to succeed—is a process. It can neither be planned for nor achieved all at once, and the target keeps moving, as was discussed during the edWebinar, “How to Improve Equity: One Step, One Goal at a Time.”