In The Road To Equity: The Five C's to Construct an Equitable Classroom, author, Kayren Gray identifies the issue and implements solutions to create inspiring results in your classroom. The book will revolutionize the perception of your students, classroom, campus, and districts, by providing a road map to close the gap, instituting a powerful message to be felt by those who are a part of your organization and those who are not.
Utilize the road map to equitable outcomes through my interpretation of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs as a reference point, moving through each level to reach self-actualization, or in our case, a more equitable classroom. Each chapter is a story and a stop along the road, with application and reflection to embark on your journey towards educational equity to close the gap and change the narrative.
K-12 Stakeholders will learn to:
- Confront bias and understand barriers
- Create opportunities to build relationships
- Collaborate through curriculum, lessons, and practices
- Commit to building confidence
- Celebrate diversity and inclusion to achieve a more equitable and welcoming classroom for all students to thrive.
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About the Author
Andrea Hall has a story and testimony to transform your spirit. Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, (so, yes, "ROLL TIDE!!"), she was recognized as the 2014-15 Harker Heights High School "Teacher of the Year," as well as the 2015 Killeen Independent School District's "Secondary 'Teacher of the Year' Finalist." With over 12 years of experience in education, Andrea has been afforded the opportunity to teach in places, near and far. She has taught traditionally, in Alabama, Florida, Texas, and South Korea, and non-traditionally in Kansas, Washington, and Washington D.C. Ms. Hall earned her Bachelor's in Secondary Education-English Language Arts, from Alabama A&M University, her Master's in Education Leadership-Administration and Supervision, from Tampa, Florida's, National-Louis University, and finally her Principal's Certification from Lamar University - Go Cardinals! A powerhouse of energy and genuine enthusiasm towards all that she does, Andrea brings an array of first-hand experience in diversity, education quality and improvement, as well as combating student apathy by building rapport, both, in and out of the classroom. She became a part of MK Results, LLC. because it symbolizes who she is to the very core - a woman who does not just talk about results, but one who has been committed to making results happen each and every day. She is just as committed to seeing that same impact resonates in all of our audiences, one workshop at a time! Andrea is a busy mother of three - Mariah, TJ, and Ashton. In addition, she is a music artist and was featured on the 2019 Summer hit single, "Lil' Mad Big Mad," with another popular Birmingham artist. MK Results, LLC. formed from a collective team of like-minded educators with a vision to change the narrative, empower others, and be examples of embracing diversity. Our platform was founded to facilitate a conversation on equity and to share a powerful message on the impact of unity, diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency. Exuberant, ambitious, and packaged with a smile that lights up a room, Andrea is honored to share with you her journey of stepping out on faith and supporting communities to see real, quality changes. Join in on the conversation and follow us on #TheRoadToEquity by visiting www.mkresultsllc.com.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Confront
Chapter 2: Create
Chapter 3: Collaborate
Chapter 4: Commit
Chapter 5: Celebrate