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“Leading your district in dismantling racism”
Racism is a critical issue in education, and leaders need to talk to each other about how to move forward with an education system that ensures equality for all students.
Join us for this vCONNECT hosted by Superintendent Dr. Lorna Lewis of Plainview Old-Bethpage CSD, NY and Secretary at ERASE Racism NY, and Superintendent Terrence Davis of Beaumont Unified School District, CA. We’ll discuss how leaders like you have an essential role to play in dismantling racism in the education system.
Take this opportunity to share and collaborate with other leaders working towards common goals of equity and unity in their districts.
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Dr. Lewis began her career as a physics and mathematics teacher. She has served in various administrative capacities on Long Island and is now the Superintendent in the Plainview-Old Bethpage CSD. She proudly serves as the past president of the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) and also co-chairs their curriculum committee. She is a past-president of LIASCD, as well as the Nassau County Council of School Superintendents, a member of the LI Stem Hub Board of Champions and serves on the board of ERASE Racism.
Superintendent Davis joined the Beaumont Unified School District in 2012 and became the Superintendent in July 2016. Terrence is known in the community as a leader who strives to build relationships that will support the success of all students. He listens and makes change based on the conversations at hand. He takes the City of Beaumont, the residents, the employees, and the students very seriously; he wants to see positive change and wants the community and District to be part of that change.
Facilitator, dreamer, outdoor educator, tech CEO, dad. Spends a lot of time thinking about how to connect people. First founded a company teaching leadership and communication skills to kids. Then worked in facilitation. Now a CEO of a world-changing software company that empowers leaders to give everyone a voice and find common ground. Pretty proud of the previous sentence. Also attempts many well timed. Jokes.