In order to move toward equity, leaders and educators must “remove the predictability of success and failure that currently correlates with any social, economic, or cultural factor” (National Equity Project). Guided by reflective questions, you will gain valuable insight in planning distance learning to support equitable outcomes for your students, families, and communities, this session is an invitation to slow down and think reflectively about designing equitable distance learning plans. We will examine six equity-focused leadership considerations and pose questions to ourselves and our systems to design responsive learning opportunities.
Fabiola Bagula, Ph.D. - San Diego COE

Archived Video



Resource Type

Media, Professional Learning

Type of Audience

LEA Leadership, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher

Topic Area

Equity, LCAP, Online Teaching and Learning


Distance Learning