The following products and services are related to maintaining equity in education, an element of our Education team’s Equity-Building Framework: Assess, Implement, and Maintain (AIM).
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Equity Coaching Series
Our Education team provides one-on-one coaching sessions that focus on professional and social emotional support for equity leaders during the journey of creating and sustaining equitable schools. These sessions are designed for central office leaders, including directors of equity and inclusion; chief equity, inclusion, and belonging officer; etc.
Equity by Action Workbook
We offer an electronic workbook that provides a roadmap for the systematic and continuous implementation of equity action planning. It includes metrics to gauge roadmap effectiveness.
Special Education Support System
EDPlan™ Progress Track is our web-based system that monitor a student’s progress on their individualized education program (IEP) goals. This solution promotes equity and inclusion for every student.
School Improvement Plan Tracking
When creating more equity- and inclusion-focused school improvement plans, our Education team partners with districts to implement SkoVision™, a web-based strategic planning and performance management system. It transforms static, paper-based improvement planning into a dynamic improvement process.
Designed specifically for educators of students in kindergarten through 12th grade (K-12), SkoVision can help educators develop web-based, intuitive plans quickly and conveniently. Creation of the plans does not require extensive training or technical experience.
To increase accountability for system users, SkoVision supports the development of SMART objectives:
The system’s centralized database and educator-friendly web interface encourage a collaborative approach that can be integrated into existing operational and analytical data sources conveniently. With SkoVision, strategic plans and best practices can be shared among schools, and results can be tracked, analyzed, and communicated to all team members.
Courageous Conversations about Race Online Course
The Courageous Conversations about Race online program, developed in collaboration with renowned racial equity expert Glenn Singleton, supports improvements in culture and climate. It also provides a framework for productive interracial dialogue about race in schools.
The course’s asynchronous online format offers school districts an effective means of providing educators and other staff with impactful content and strategies leading to meaningful and sustainable changes in practice. It also offers synchronous opportunities for learners to participate in professional learning communities, expand on course topics, and access strategies for practice implementation.
The Project Success Resource Center offers research-based, targeted professional development and coaching for teachers, administrators, and paraprofessionals who support students with disabilities. By focusing on the expansion of inclusive practices and the integration of academic standards and functional skills, educators receive the support they need to be successful in improving student outcomes. Whether they are new to supporting students with disabilities or have decades of experience, the Project Success Resource Center meets educators where they are.
New Teacher Jump Start: Designed specifically for teachers who are new to supporting students with disabilities, the New Teacher Jump Start program builds foundational knowledge across a variety of essential topics.
Project Success Playbook: The Project Success Playbook provides flexibility to special educators by offering a yearlong combination of synchronous and asynchronous professional development activities.
Webinars: The Project Success Resource Center offers a variety of webinars throughout the summer and school year for teachers and paraprofessionals.
In partnership with Transition Curriculum Inc., PCG created the Transition Playbook™. As a comprehensive, long-term tool, this playbook is designed to help students succeed in high school and beyond. It includes self-paced, online NextUp curriculum that is customized based on an individual needs assessment and paired with virtual or in-person coaching to provide a rich, equitable, and inclusive learning experience for students—in one central place.
Custom Curriculum Development
We develop custom equity- and inclusion-focused curriculum to fully reflect the communities served by school districts and state education agencies. Leveraging the active participation and expertise of community stakeholders and trusted external groups is a key component of this process.