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Building Equity Book Study


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About this Course

Participants in this book study will be introduced to the Building Equity Taxonomy, a model to clarify the structural and interpersonal components of an equitable and excellent school experienced. Based on the the book, Building Equity Policies and Practices to Empower All Learners, teachers and administrators will uncover equity-related issues and gain insight on ways to improve.

Credit: 15 Contact Hours (Graduate Credit through Ashland University is available)
             {- combining modules in Canvas with Zoom discussions.}
Course Type: Self-Paced Online Course
Course Level: Practitioner
Target Audience: Administrators, Teachers and all School Employees
Cost: $50

Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, participants will understand a taxanomy to evaluate equitable practices and outcomes that support equity in your school or district. Multiple facets of the five components will be explored.


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Meet the Instructors

Photo of Stephen MillerWith over 40 years in education, Steve Miller is the Mathematics Content Consultant for the Summit Educational Service Center. In that role, he provides K-12 mathematics professional development, curriculum writing/mapping support, and assistance in selecting mathematics resources.

Steve is one of the authors of NCTM’s new series “Taking Action: Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices”.He facilitated Common Core State Standards for Mathematics training as a Regional Content Facilitator for ODE and has developed, coordinated, and facilitated OMAP and IMPACT trainings. Steve served as a facilitator for the Mathematics Coaching Program, on the OPT 6th Grade Rangefinder Committee and as the Regional Value-Added Specialist for the Akron Public Schools. He currently is a member of the ODE's Network of Regional Leaders for mathematics