K-12 Civil Leadership: An Education Leader's Guide to Fostering Education-Community Partnerships:

K-12 Civil Leadership: An Education Leader's Guide to Fostering Education-Community Partnerships:

by RiCha ri Sancho
K-12 Civil Leadership: An Education Leader's Guide to Fostering Education-Community Partnerships:

K-12 Civil Leadership: An Education Leader's Guide to Fostering Education-Community Partnerships:

by RiCha ri Sancho

Hardcover(K-12 Civil Leadership ed.)

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Overview

K-12 Civil Leadership™ (K-12CVL) assists education and organization leaders in building connections to improve student interactions. This book explains the origins of K-12 CVL, gives leaders tools to develop a small-scale Social Action Plan, and teaches appropriate assessment methods needed to implement larger interventions through community partnerships. Leaders are provided research to support steps of the implementation processes and charts to complete as exercises and reflection. Demands of a changing U.S. demographic, fluctuating economics, and diminishing health challenges that create disparity have become new territory for many education and organization leaders. K-12 CVL aids leaders in yielding this uncertainty by hosting partnerships for student families towards a sustainable future.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781737100102
Publisher: Sancho Education Group
Publication date: 01/26/2022
Edition description: K-12 Civil Leadership ed.
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Dr. Ri'Chari Sancho is an American born, educator, progenitor of multicultural and diversity inclusion concepts/curriculum, and a social justice advocate for human rights. Serving as the Director of Operations for Sancho Education Group, Dr. Sancho uses her background to assist global leaders interested in building sustainable practices of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belongingness. Prior experiences and the first exploratory research study she conducted, "Stakeholder Experiences and Operations in Implementing an Elementary Civil Leadership Program", led her to the development of the training construct "K12 Civil Leadership" (K12CVL) in which Sancho concluded that greater harmonious interactions between dissimilar student groups can take place when schools employ culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP) with active collaboration between community organization leaders, education leaders, and parents.
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