Racial Equity Resource Guide

Guides & Workshops

National Equity Project

1720 Broadway, 4th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612

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The National Equity Project believes that every child has a right to a quality education. They coach people to become powerful leaders who make good on that promise. They provide comprehensive services to build culture, conditions and competencies for excellence and equity in districts, schools, classrooms, non-profit organizations and communities. The National Equity Project hosts professional development institutes throughout the year for teachers, principals, administrators, non-profit professionals and others committed to educational equity. It provides training to help participants identify deep-seated problems, often ones that are difficult to discuss, and find solutions to these problems. The collective solutions are prioritized into a strategy for communities to use on a path to improvement and excellence. Its educational equity coaching and consulting services include:

  • District Transformation and Redesign—administrator professional development, coach program development, structural redesign and implementation, school network professional development.
  • School Transformation and Redesign—principal and leadership team coaching, embedded instructional professional development, school redesign.
  • Organizational Development and Executive/Team Coaching Services—for non-profit agencies committed to equity, access and service. 

In its Coaching for Equity Institute participants gain:

  • Tools and research to plan, implement, assess and continuously improve coaching practices and programs;
  • Skills for leading change in challenging contexts, including social-emotional intelligence and building trust and relationships;
  • Practice in effective individual and group facilitation and intervention techniques, particularly around “nondiscussables” or otherwise difficult discussions about inequity;
  • Insights into biases in institutional policies and practices; and
  • An equity-focused theory of action to plan coaching activities and monitor ambitious goals. 

The Institute fee is $1200/participant and $1000/participant for teams of five or more.

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