By Richard Bammer
California school districts must devise a plan of action to meet the educational needs for every student.
To that end, the Solano County Office of Education plans to launch a “cultural proficiency” program to better serve an increasingly diverse student population.
The Equity Institute, with the Association of California School Administrators’ Diversity and Equal Access Division, will be held in February, March and May in Fairfield, Gethsemane Moss, the director of educational services at SCOE, wrote in a press release earlier this week.
She described the institute as a professional learning opportunity “designed to build cultural proficiency capacity that will help educators lead with equity.”