Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Combatting Curriculum Violence
October 27, 2021 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Speaker: LaTrice Lyle, M.Ed., Harvard Graduate School of Education; Founder and Principal Consultant, EDQuity Consulting
Combatting curriculum violence is antiracism in action. In this workshop, educators will engage in deeper learning about one of the most covert ways racism presents in American schools. Participants will learn the four ways racial trauma presents in schools, how to identify curriculum violence, how to navigate curriculum trauma, and how to support students.
About the Speaker
LaTrice was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. With a love for servant leadership from an early age, LaTrice was always finding solutions to social problems that presented themselves in her schools and neighborhood. In high school, she led and served in several student organizations, including the Teacher Cadet Program. A program designed to develop aspiring educators before they entered college. She continued this work at the University of Georgia where she was the recipient of several scholarships including the annual Charter Scholarship for reflecting the Philosophy Statement of admissions. LaTrice currently serves on the UGA FACS Alumni Board of Directors.
Where hustle meets heart. Education transformer with a deep commitment to developing and sustaining community schools and systems. Deft at concurrently learning and implementing research-based educational strategies, specifically focused on work through the lenses of diversity, equity, and inclusion in K12 education. An ardent leader who believes in collective impact today that leads to systemic change tomorrow.
LaTrice leads EDquity Consulting with over eight years of experience in education. She has served in classroom and leadership positions in Atlanta, GA, Miami, FL, and the Greater Boston Area, MA. She has graduate degrees in education and school leadership from Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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