Equity Principles for Master Scheduling 

Tuesday, July 28, 2020
9:30 - 11:00
$25
1.5  hours CTLE credit

Facilitator: Dale Getto, CASDA
This program will be accessed via your computer.

A school district budget is more than an accounting of economic transactions, it is a moral document because school district leaders allocate financial resources according to what they value. The same can be said of a master schedule. A school’s most valuable resources are the time, energy and expertise of educators and how these resources are allocated is a choice.This webinar will address how the master schedule can function as a structure of equity ensuring that students with the greatest need are placed in settings and with educators best equipped to meet their academic and social-emotional needs. 

 

Learning Objectives: 

 

  • Identifying equity principles for master scheduling within and beyond legal mandates. 

  • Developing strategies to audit previous classroom assignments to identify possible inequities such as students being taught by inexperienced teachers multiple years consecutively (NYSED Inequity Review Self-Assessment).  

  • Matching students to teachers best equipped to serve them (defining high quality teaching beyond APPR). 

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