Decrease student referrals while increasing engagement. Grow, track and measure all progress within a single platform.

Life is lived in forward but understood in reverse. Before we can lead and support others, we must take a deep reflection of ourselves to better understand how to support our students and our communities of color. 26 Letters "Humanizing" software PD will help you uncover and discover your personal identity before diving into the perception and construction of our student's communities, eventually ending at the intersection of how our educational practices can sustain hope and healing.


District-wide (Superintendents, Superintendents cabinet, School Board Members etc) learn how interactive data and insights, gleaned from district employees can create a real-time snapshot of your districts current culture and equity stance. Leverage 26 Letters to better understand where your strengths lie and where there are areas for opportunity providing targeted support where necessary.

 Generate 10,000+ data points(100,000+ for larger districts) anonymized, aggregated and neatly compiled for interactive data sets and reports.

Generate 10,000+ data points(100,000+ for larger districts) anonymized, aggregated and neatly compiled for interactive data sets and reports.


 Set individual and building-wide goals. Data sets that uncover strengths and areas of growth. Track progress over the course of an entire year.

Set individual and building-wide goals. Data sets that uncover strengths and areas of growth. Track progress over the course of an entire year.

Building-wide (Principals, AP's, Teacher Leadership etc) learn how anonymized, aggregate data can create the foundation for which equity and clinical work can be based, tracked and measured. From community and building culture, to racial equity and individual identity, we not only provide the instruments to measure and track progress across all the aforementioned metrics but also provide an e-suite of tools for educators to grow in each of those areas.


Educators (Teachers, Social Workers, Support Staff etc) learn how life is lived in forward but understood in reverse. Before we can lead and support others, we must take a deep reflection of ourselves to better understand how to support our students and our communities of color. Our "Humanizing" curriculum will help you uncover and discover your personal identity before diving into the perception and construction of our students communities, eventually ending at the intersection of how our educational practices can sustain hope and healing.

 Interactive lessons that help create common understanding and common language building empathy and connection with our students and their communities.

Interactive lessons that help create common understanding and common language building empathy and connection with our students and their communities.


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ASSESSMENT

Comprehensive assessments and process evaluations for your school or district from attracting diverse candidates, to retaining employees, developing talent and increasing racial equity competence. Our software identifies perceptions of culture and patterns that may be hindering initiatives.

BUILD

Data-driven, research enabled frameworks that are specific to unique needs and culture. Our software drills down on various levels of the organization from individual contributors to the administrative and leadership team.

COMMUNICATE

Communicate your culture to potential candidates, current employees and the general public. Our tools and resources grow with you and communicate your efforts and progress.


Educators

Equity resources that increase individual and collaborative growth

12 interactive e-learning modules embedded with multimedia resources. Earn credit, track modules for CEU’s. SMART goal template to increase efficiency and effectiveness across teams and districts.

Content for educators - Learning progression

  1. Building Community and Exploring Identity
  2. Counter Narratives
  3. Legal Construction of Race
  4. Understanding Heterogeneity
  5. American Identity
  6. Oppression and Privilege
  7. Racial and Structural Violence in Schools
  8. Frameworks for Liberation
  9. Critical Pedagogy
  10. Critical Pedagogy in the Classroom
  11. How educational practice sustain hope and healing
  12. What is the purpose of school?
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What Educators are saying

As an administrator in MPS, I see great potential value in the proposed diversity, engagement and inclusion modules. I think that they could provide valuable shared learning for building level equity teams. They could also be used to create more district level conversations if used across multiple sites. Schools are often committed to improving racial equity and inclusion at their sites, but at times don't know where to begin making changes. This feels like it could be a tangible tool for that work.

Sarah Hunter, AP, Lyndale Elementary School


 James Ewer, M.A School Leadership, Harvard University developed the curriculum and framework for the modules and corresponding in-person Professional Development.

James Ewer, M.A School Leadership, Harvard University developed the curriculum and framework for the modules and corresponding in-person Professional Development.

 Dr. Natalie Rasmussen is the former AP at Minneapolis North High School and current Professor at Minnesota State-Mankato's Administration Program. Dr Rasmussen is the Narrator featured in all modules. 

Dr. Natalie Rasmussen is the former AP at Minneapolis North High School and current Professor at Minnesota State-Mankato's Administration Program. Dr Rasmussen is the Narrator featured in all modules.