The Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network, or “The Network,” is offering a unique opportunity for all participating school staff, equity teams, and partners for continuing our personal and professional racial equity work, with a focus on the American Indian student experience... Join us in a Study Circles Online Conversation and the exploration the book, How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century by Louis V. “Two Shoes” Clark III. Each session will use Clark's book as a foundation for the conversation while exploring the impact of the opportunity gap on our American Indian students in the state of Wisconsin.
The Study Circles Online Conversation helps to address racial and ethnic barriers to student achievement and parent involvement by engaging diverse staff, parents, and partners in dialogue and problem-solving.
Fees and Registration
There are no fees to participate in this training, but pre-registration is required.
All participants will be provided with the book at no charge. Please register early so a book can be sent to you prior to the first session. ***Participation in the orientation session is a prerequisite to receiving the complimentary book from “The Network” for the session for which you registered.
Melissa Moe, Training and Supports Project Coordinator
(715) 986-2020, ext. 2127