Minnesota Education Equity Partnership uses a race equity lens to transform educational institutions, organizations, and leaders to ensure that students of color and American Indian students achieve full academic and leadership success. The organization envisions a just society in which an equitable educational ecosystem ensures all students achieve their full potential.
Who is the program serving?
The organization serves students, teachers, and K-12 Superintendents all in different capacities.
What is the program about?
One of the programs that MnEEP has is training programs for K-12 Superintendents. In this 30 hr training program (5 five hour sessions) plus 1 hour individual problem solving sessions in between MnEEP hopes to help Superintendents be able to solve some of the issues regarding race equity they face within their district.
Where is the program taking place?
This specific programming occurs in the Minnesota State University, Mankato in the Eina Campus.
When does the program take place?
The program allows for a 2 year cohort. Currently there are two inplace, 2019-20 and 2020-21.
Why is it important?
This programing is important as it teaches individuals adaptive, courageous was to be a leader and how to interrupt systemic racial inequalities with focus on teaching and learning.
Contact: Rose Chu