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Educational Equity Community of Practice

Join a group of educational leaders, teachers, and community members who want to form an online community to support their own work around ensuring equitable outcomes for all students. As a group, we will meet monthly to learn and grow together, share resources and strategies, and work through challenges. In between sessions, participants will be matched with learning partners with whom they can connect to keep expanding their thinking and to maintain momentum. 

Every participant will be challenged to take action and can utilize the community of practice to get feedback, ideas, and support as they move forward in the work of building more equitable schools.

The group is designed to include district leaders, school leaders, teachers, and community members. This diversity of voices, experiences, and roles will provide a rich network for collaboration and learning throughout the year. 

Participant Outcomes

At the Great Schools Partnership, our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to make progress in your school, district, or community. As a participant, you will:

  • Grow your understanding of and connection to educational equity work.
  • Learn about tools, resources, and strategies to foster educational equity in your community.
  • Develop connections with others who are also committed to equity.
  • Take action to move educational equity forward in your community.
What Is the Format?

This series of sessions, which will be conducted virtually via Zoom, will include interactive small-group discussions. We will not be recording these sessions.

Intended For

Community members, teachers, school leaders, and district administrators.


Moises Nuñez, Senior Associate
Christina Horner, Senior Associate

2021-22 Dates

Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16, Dec. 21, Jan. 18, Feb. 15, Mar. 15, Apr. 5, & May 17


3:30-4:30 PM ET


In an effort to make this event accessible to all participants and ensure a diversity of perspectives, we’re implementing a tiered pricing model for our Educational Equity Community of Practice. While the registration price of $500 per person covers our hosting costs, we are offering subsidized registration levels to ensure accessibility to all participants. Registration at any level signs you up for full participation throughout the year.
Please select the option that best allows you to join:

  • $100

  • $300

  • $500


Sep 21 2021


3:30 pm - 4:30 pm




Online Zoom Series
Christina Horner & Moises Nuñez


Christina Horner & Moises Nuñez