In collaboration with the Stanford d.school’s K-12 Lab, we have prototyped a design approach—Liberatory Design—that meshes design thinking with an equity lens and complexity stance. This new iteration of Leading for Equity in Complex Systems adds a third day, centered on Liberatory Design and how to actually approach equity- and complexity-informed design work in your system.
Who Should Attend
District Office Managers & Directors, Program Directors, School Leaders, Board Members – anyone charged with implementing significant initiatives or projects involving multiple people and groups.
Participants are strongly encouraged to come with colleagues from the same context.
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- Leading & Designing for Equity in Complex Systems
*Please Note: This offering will run for two consecutive days (February 7 and 8) and then reconvene for a third day three weeks later.
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