Equity-Centered Critical Friendship (ECCF) is a 4-day immersive institute where participants experience what it looks, feels and sounds like to be a part of a community of practitioners fiercely committed to educational equity and excellence.
Participants will explore:
- Individual and collective identity
- Strategies for community-building and reflection
- Perspectives and skills that are equity-centered, collaborative and reflective practices
ECCF is designed for:
- P-16 educators, non-profit organizations, consultants and community advocates
The general timeline of an ECCF Institute is as follows:
Day 1 - Ideology: explore identity through narrative; establish agreements; build community
Day 2 - Internalized: learn racial equity concepts; reflect on equity in education
Day 3 - Interpersonal: present dilemmas of practice with peers
Day 4 - Institutional: examine systemic inequities through the use of protocols
ECCF Registration Rates
*Each CREATE school may receive up to two complimentary slots.
(P-16 educators, non profit leaders, consultants and community advocates)
Equity-Based iGroup Facilitator's Training is 5-day training designed to assist teams of educators with developing their capacity to identify inequities and interrupt racism. An “iGroup” is an individual inquiry group of professionals who are committed to interrupt and improve inequitable experiences and outcomes for the students they serve by examining and transforming their own practice. Based on a foundation of Critical Friendship, iGroup positions participants with building their understandings and skills necessary for facilitating courageous conversations about race in your school and beyond.
- This training is specifically geared to prepare participants to
- Facilitate an iGroup of peers.
- Lead and facilitate professional learning spaces committed to equity.
This work is done in partnership with San Francisco Coalition of Essential Small Schools (SFCESS), whose mission is to interrupt and transform current and systemic educational inequities to ensure all students have access to personalized, equitable and high performing schools that believe and demonstrate each student can, should and will succeed.