Learning communities across the country are grappling with ways to integrate culturally relevant teaching strategies in K12 education.
Race, racism, and the digital divide are all opportunities to discuss and plan for a more inclusive education economy.
Join us for our February Roundtable discussion as we welcome librarian Richard Ashby Jr., historian Joe Becton, and academic Dr. W.B. Palmer to explore, “Futures Thinking Philly”.
Learn more about the recurring Edupreneur Roundtable below!
The Edupreneur Roundtable, assembles interested parties to analyze an identified problem while applying intentional, responsive, and active listening, to build trust across various education stakeholder groups. This method works against blanketed “Group Think”, by following a process that:
1) Performs Root Cause Analysis
2) Develops Collaborative Solutions
This technique goes beyond critical thinking and employs entrepreneurial thinking in the education sector.