A Panel Discussion on Supporting Anti-racism, Diversity & Inclusion Programming in Your School District

  • August 26, 2020
  • 1:00 PM
  • Webinar, 1PM EST/12PM CST/11AM MST/10AM PST
  • 380

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Our public schools and the ecosystem of our educational foundations must represent the diversity of students from within our respective communities to include all racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. As the professional organization for education foundation leaders, NSFA commits itself to equity, and supports our public school system leadership who values justice and brings forth required change to encompass diversity and inclusion.

Together with foundation leaders across this nation, we will continue our critical effort to sustain and improve public education for all children in our school systems. Collectively we can and will enrich the lives of every student, every day.


About the Program

Join our panelists for this discussion about how districts around the country are using anti-racism programming to ensure that the diversity of all student populations is respected and celebrated. Each panelist will present their perspective and then open the floor for questions, brainstorming and discussion.

PLEASE NOTE: The program begins at 1PM ET/12PM CT/11 AM MT/10AM PT.


About the Panelists

Brian Courtney works in risk management for The Safegard Group and is a Board Member for the Downingtown Community Education Foundation in Downingtown, Pennsylvania.

Tyren Frazier
is Executive Director of the Chesterfield Education Director in Midlothian, Virginia.

Gail Rothman is Executive Director of the Decatur Education Foundation in Decatur, Georgia.

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