Authorizer Conversations: Dr. Kelli Peterson Addresses Racism and Injustice in Education in America

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Authorizer Conversations: Dr. Kelli Peterson Addresses Racism and Injustice in Education in America

 

 

Dr. Kelli Peterson, NACSA National Advisory Board Member and new Assistant Superintendent, Equity, Inclusion and Opportunity at the Louisiana Department of Education, addresses racism, inequity, and injustice in America and our schools. She calls for authorizers to be reflective in their work, and provides questions to ask about your work and yourself. 


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